Monday, April 15, 2024

Films

Manhattan shorts: Something for everyone’s palate

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Sponsored by the M.V. Film Society, the festival's 10 finalists will play Sept. 23 and again Sept. 24 at Vineyard Haven's Katharine Cornell Theatre.

“Read Me Differently” tells family tale of learning disabilities

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Ms. Entine will attend the Vineyard Haven screening, on October 11, and answer questions.

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In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.

Martha’s Vineyard International Film Fest recap

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After parties and dinners allow fans, producers, directors and organizers to mingle and chat about the film industry.

Faces behind the Animation Spectacular

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MV Film Festival isn't all about serious documentaries. Short animated films also make a valuable addition to the weekend-long festival.

MV International Film Festival interview: Director Ahmed Ahmed

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Many filmmakers have interesting stories to tell about their work. Directors visiting the Island this weekend discuss stories behind their films.

MV International Film Festival interview series: Shawn Wines

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Many filmmakers have interesting stories to tell about their work. Directors visiting the Island this weekend discuss stories behind their films.

MV International Film Festival interview series: Aaron Schock

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Many filmmakers have interesting stories to tell about their work. Directors visiting the Island this weekend discuss stories behind their films.

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In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.

Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival begins

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Twenty-five movies in four days. MV International Film Festival brings feature films from 15 to 20 different nations.

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In 1974, two years after the last official moon mission, the U.

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The barbarian of the Hyborian Age sees his family murdered and village destroyed, and travels the gory path of mayhem and revenge, battling monsters, witches, and mercenary armies.

French charmer to close Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival

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From start to finish, this poignant comedy will charm all but the most hard-hearted filmgoers.

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Nick (Jesse Eisenberg) is a small town pizza delivery guy whose quiet life changes when two clumsy criminals (Danny McBride and Nick Swardson) force him to rob a bank.

Documentary on Skip Gates arrest showing in Oak Bluffs

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"The Presumption of Guilt" is a documentary based on Oak Bluffs summer resident Charles Ogletree's 2010 best seller book of the same name.

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Nick (Jesse Eisenberg) is a small town pizza delivery guy whose quiet life changes when two clumsy criminals (Danny McBride and Nick Swardson) force him to rob a bank.

“Separate, But Equal” doc at Vineyard African American Film Festival

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In 1998, Shawn Wilson uncovered a treasure trove of images created between 1948 and 1975 in the Mississippi Delta town of Greenville, Mississippi.

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Despite one gross-out scene, a funny comedy with heart that gives insight to the push-pull mechanics of women's friendships.

Punk rock, James Taylor & Berlin Olympics

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Two music documentaries, an intriguing sports-history film, and a repeat showing of the "Charlotte" headline the coming week's summer series.

Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival kicks off

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MVAAFF enters its ninth year on the Vineyard when it opens Tuesday, Aug. 9. The Festival runs for five days, ending on Saturday, Aug. 13.