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Announcing our latest episode of Sustainable Vineyard: Island Grown Gleaning - Helping hands serving our Island
This episode highlights the efforts of Island Grown Gleaning volunteers to help feed Islanders.
To learn more, visit http://islandgrown.org/gleaning/
The Sustainable Vineyard series seeks to benefit the island community by providing examples of people and organization working to promote a sustainable community. This series hopes to foster community identity by showing examples of islanders working towards self sufficiency and mutual cooperation.
This video is supported in part by a grant from the Martha's Vineyard Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Come join us for a special screening, followed by a Q&A with Kate Taylor and the filmmakers, Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth and a meet & greet and DVD signing.
Film-Truth Productions founders Ken Wentworth and Liz Witham were featured recently in the "G Force" section of the Boston Globe.
Check out the article here:
We are excited to announce the release of our feature length music documentary, "Kate Taylor: Tunes from the Tipi and Other Songs from Home"!
As part of one of the most famous musical families in America, “Sister Kate” Taylor has had a musical career uniquely her own.
After recording 3 albums and going out on nation-wide tours in the 70’s, Kate Taylor settled into a quieter home life on Martha’s Vineyard. After visiting a friend’s tipi, Kate set out to make a tipi of her own, where she and her husband Charlie Witham and their growing family lived for several summers. While she had a hiatus from touring and recording, she never stopped singing and she and Charlie continued to write songs.
This documentary is an exploration of life on Martha’s Vineyard through the songs they wrote over a span of decades of living and raising a family there. In “Tunes from the Tipi and other Songs from Home”, Kate shares her stories of a simpler world viewed through the flaps of a tipi canvas.
"A Certain Kind of Beauty" will be screening tomorrow, May 31st, at 1:00 pm at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
If you haven't seen the film yet, this is your chance! We will be there with the Aronie family for a post-screening Q&A. Don't miss it! For more info about tickets, screening location, etc., click here. Come join us, and help spread the word by telling your friends.
Hope to see you there!
The Greening of Eden (feature-length doc in progress) website coming soon . . . join our facebook page or email list to the right for updates---->
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