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Vineyard hotel holding film festival special

Posted by Paul Kandarian  March 5, 2014 12:04 PM

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Harbor View Hotel on Martha’s Vineyard, an official hotel sponsor of the 14th annual Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival that runs March 13-16, is offering filmgoers two all-access packages. Throughout the festival, guests can go to screenings of more than 20 films, post-screening talks, live music, food and children’s activities, at a starting rate of $439 for the Festival Pass package. Starting at $639, The Couch VIP Pass package provides preferred seating on a couch in each theater. Both packages include a two-night stay, including taxes and guaranteed access to all films.

Films include “Fading Gigolo,” with Sofia Vergara, Woody Allen, Sharon Stone and John Turturro; “Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory,” a documentary showing the positive effect of music on Alzheimer’s patients; and “Shored Up,” which focuses on issues surrounding East Coast communities dealing with coastal erosion and rising sea levels. For package info and reservations, visit www.harbor-view.com or call 800-225-6005, and for info on the festival, visit www.tmvff.org

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