HISTORIC MOVIES OF MARTHA’S VINEYARDUSA | 2018 | 90 minutes | Not Rated | History
Martha's Vineyard Film Center
$15 General Admission, $12 for MVFS Members,
$10 child age 14 or younger
Doors Open for admissions 30 min. prior to screening
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Commentary throughout the program of short film segments with John Wilson.
We are excited to collaborate with the Vineyard Gazette to offer this historic program to you.
The Historic Movies of Martha’s Vineyard project, a pioneering and award-winning effort of the Vineyard Gazette, presents films shot on the Vineyard dating back almost one hundred years. Clips shown at the Film Center will include footage filmed from the Gay Head Cliffs to downtown Edgartown, including scenes shot of hurricanes in the 1950s, Island steamers and ferries in the 1940s, offshore swordfishing expeditions in the 1930s, and Vineyard beaches dating back to the late 1920s.
Presented in collaboration with the Vineyard Gazette.
About John Wilson
JOHN WILSON-- For the past twenty-three years, John has worked as a producer and associate director in sports television, covering two Olympic games, five America’s Cups and many football, basketball, hockey and lacrosse games. In 2012 he produced The Chappy Ferry Movie, a short film accompanying The Chappy Ferry Book, written by Tom Dunlop and published by Vineyard Stories, and in 2013 began work with Tom on the Historic Movies of Martha’s Vineyard project. He has also co-produced a series of historic and contemporary vignettes of Island life that play before the previews at the Capawock and Strand theaters in Vineyard Haven and Oak Bluffs. John lives in Edgartown.