SPECTRUM FILM FESTIVAL 2018: ALL-ACCESS PASSInternational | | Not Rated | LGBTQ
Thursday April 26, 2018
Friday April 27, 2018
Saturday April 28, 2018
Sunday April 29, 2018
Martha's Vineyard Film Center
$75 General Admission, $65 Member
Doors Open for admissions 30 min. prior to screening
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*IMPORTANT* If you purchase an All-Access Pass, please be sure to email Garri Saganenko at garri@mvfilmsociety with the choices of the films/events you intend to attend (even if you intend to come to every event) so we can reserve a seat/ticket for you.
An All-Access Pass Allows Admission to Every Spectrum Film Festival Film and Event, including the two-part screening of ANGELS IN AMERICA
Members Save $23 in addition to Member Discount with an All-Access Pass, Non-Members Save $34 off of General Admission Prices!
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Society is pleased to announce the line-up for the 2nd Annual Spectrum Film Festival. Spectrum is a four-day film festival that presents a world perspective on LGBTQ+ stories, people, and issues through a variety of films and includes guest speakers, discussions, and a special event for LGBTQ+ youth. The 2018 SPECTRUM Film Festival will be held at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center in Vineyard Haven from Thursday, April 26th, 2018 through Sunday, April 29th, 2018.
The first and only festival of its kind on the Vineyard, the SPECTRUM Film Festival adds to the Film Society’s consistent efforts to broach subject matter not usually covered by major Hollywood motion pictures. The Festival draws moviegoers from the Cape Cod & Islands as well as the greater Boston area.
Following the theme implied by the name of the festival– “Spectrum” or ‘Wide-Ranging’– the films we show at the SPECTRUM Film Festival are wide-ranging, indeed. They originate from various countries; cover gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender story-lines; combine comedy, drama, romance, documentary genres in both short and full-length formats; and focus on a variety of topics including legal matters, aging, parent-child relationships, religion, cultural changes, illness, and suicide.
Additionally, we are pleased to announce that the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society has received grants from both The Farm Neck Foundation and The Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Charitable Fund in support of the 2nd Annual Spectrum Film Festival. We thank them greatly for their support.