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Martha's Vineyard Film Society is a fairly young nonprofit organization that aims at bringing the best in documentaries, classics, and foreign language films to a class of film-lovers who appreciate fine cinema. The works are screened at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center. The organization functions with the support of donations, and partly through ticket sales. One can register and avail of discounts on tickets, as well as receive notices on upcoming programs by email. A series of seminars and educational programs are also organized, for which one can volunteer.
In 1932, Alfred Hall purchased the Vineyard Theater and renamed it the Capawock Theater, after the important community hall of the same name that was located just down the street. The theater has recently undergone a massive restoration project that has left it gleaming and installed with top-of-the-line movie equipment. Visitors to the theater can take in a movie and can also catch live performances, depending on what the community is putting on at the time.
This large cinema, located in picturesque Edgartown, plays all of the latest movies. The venue is handicap accessible and offers a variety of amenities, including a concession stand packed to the brim with tasty snacks and candy. The movie theater is open year-round. Please see their website for the latest film times.