Film Events

March 17 - 23, 2019

Sunday, March 17

Celebration of St. Patrick & Irish Culture

A celebration of all things Irish including the beautiful singing of Molly Conole, live music, traditional Irish soda bread and scones, and a glass of...

Monday, March 18

Jazz Film Screening

MVY Radio's Dave Kish will screen a jazz documentary with a discussion to follow. Refreshments will be served.

Monday Night at the Movies

The Pink Panther, (1963). Directed by Blake Edwards, with Peter Sellars, David Niven, Robert Wagner, Capucine.

Tuesday, March 19

Film Talk: Camera Movement

Go back to school with our very own Bob Dutton. Join us for a 30 minute film class followed by a screening of delightful (and relevant) films.

Wednesday, March 20

Join the Cult: A Film Series

Hard to categorize (a fantasy/romance/comedy/adventure fairy tale?) The Princess Bride (US, 1987) was well-received by critics when first released but saw...

Science on Screen: Science Fair

With special guest Kashfia Rahman. Hailed by critics as “immensely likeable,” “brilliant and quirky” and an “ode to the teenage science geeks on whom our...

Thursday, March 21

MVFF: Children of Bal Ashram

Discussion to follow with director and producer Len Morris, co-producers Georgia Morris and Petra Lent, and editor Chris Mara. At Bal Ashram, a refuge in...

MVFF: The Biggest Little Farm

Discussion to follow (via Skype) with director and film subject John Chester. What do you do when your barking dog gets you evicted from your apartment?...

Friday, March 22

MVFF: A Tuba to Cuba

Twenty years ago, Wim Wenders and Ry Cooder made what seemed to be the definitive Cuban music doc, the languid Buena Vista Social Club. This film, livelier...

MVFF: The Insult

In present-day Beirut, a dispute between a Lebanese Christian and a Palestinian refugee gets blown out of proportion until it lands in court. As the media...

MVFF: Blowin' Up

Discussion to follow with film subject Eliza Hook. When this film first brings you into an experimental court in Queens, you may not know that it is...

MVFF: Running with Beto

Discussion to follow with director David Modigliani. Could Beto O’Rourke be the next president of the United States? Some people think so, even though the...

MVFF: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Discussion to follow with film subject David Newell, a.k.a. Mr. McFeely. With his gentle voice, wisdom, and handmade puppets, Fred Rogers connected with...

MVFF: The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales

From the creators of the Oscar-nominated Ernest & Celestine comes another hilarious, heartwarming tale of animal misfits: a fox who mothers a brood of...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Running with Beto

Discussion to follow with director David Modigliani. Could Beto O’Rourke be the next president of the United States? Some people think so, even though the...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Wild Rose

Glasgow, Scotland, isn't exactly Nashville, but Rose-Lynn Harlan dreams of becoming a country music star—even though she’s just been released from prison....

SOLD OUT - MVFF: The Insult

In present-day Beirut, a dispute between a Lebanese Christian and a Palestinian refugee gets blown out of proportion until it lands in court. As the media...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Amazing Grace

R-E-S-P-E-C-T. That’s what Aretha Franklin didn’t get enough of at this year’s Grammys, or even her funeral last August. But we will all have to bow to the...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Sea of Shadows

The world's smallest and most elusive whale, the vaquita porpoise, is only found in Mexico's Sea of Cortez, a place of extraordinary biodiversity. Today,...

Saturday, March 23

MVFF: A Barrel of Laughs

Start your day with a smile. From CGI to hand-drawn, these spectacularly animated films will put the whole family (yes, even parents) in a good mood. These...

MVFF: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Discussion to follow with film subject David Newell, a.k.a. Mr. McFeely. With his gentle voice, wisdom, and handmade puppets, Fred Rogers connected with...

MVFF: Apollo 11

Our first steps in another world, like you’ve never seen before. In July of 1969, three American astronauts—Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: International Shorts

Cuban pianist Aldo López-Gavilán and his brother Ilmar, a violinist, performed for Vineyard audiences two summers ago. Their remarkable story is part of this...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Satan & Adam

Discussion to follow with director Scott Balcerek. It’s 1986. Guitarist Sterling “Mr. Satan” Magee is regularly attracting a crowd on a Harlem street...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Running with Beto

Discussion to follow with director David Modigliani. Could Beto O’Rourke be the next president of the United States? Some people think so, even though the...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: You and Me

Discussion to follow (via Skype) with director Alexander Baack and writer and actor Hillary Baack. Ella (Hillary Baack) is deaf, but that is hardly the most...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Blowin' Up

Discussion to follow with film subject Eliza Hook. When this film first brings you into an experimental court in Queens, you may not know that it is...

MVFF: We the Animals

Us three. Us brothers. Us kings, inseparable. Three boys tear through childhood, in the midst of their parents' volatile love that makes and unmakes the...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Children of Bal Ashram

Discussion to follow with director and producer Len Morris, co-producers Georgia Morris and Petra Lent, and editor Chris Mara. At Bal Ashram, a refuge in...

MVFF: Untitled Amazing Johnathan Documentary

Discussion to follow with director Benjamin Berman. After gonzo magician/performance artist “the Amazing Johnathan” is given one year to live, he’s forced...

MVFF: Moonlight Sonata - Deafness in Three Movements

Irene Taylor Brodsky builds on her moving first feature, Hear and Now (MVFF 2007), by delving into an intergenerational exploration of living with deafness....

MVFF: Up to the Challenge

Join the incredible adventures of the brave young people making courageous choices in these films. In a comical fantasy, two kids find a way to send messages...

MVFF: White Rabbit Red Rabbit

An actor enters the stage, having never seen the script. That classic anxiety dream is the conceit of this internationally acclaimed play by Nassim...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: A Private War

Discussion to follow with director Matthew Heineman. Celebrated war correspondent Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike) is as comfortable downing martinis with high...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Bethany Hamilton - Unstoppable

Born into a family of surfers in Kauai, Bethany Hamilton began surfing competitively at eight years old. In 2003, at age 13, she was attacked by a 15-foot...

SOLD OUT - MVFF: Bethany Hamilton - Unstoppable

Born into a family of surfers in Kauai, Bethany Hamilton began surfing competitively at eight years old. In 2003, at age 13, she was attacked by a 15-foot...

March 17 - 23, 2019