Why a small film fest in Martha's Vineyard became Black Hollywood's hot spot

It felt like a film. In one scene, there's Oscar champ Viola Davis bringing the sun at a VIP mixed drink hour neglecting the Vineyard Haven Marina.

 In another, there's entertainer Regina Hall floating through the group at the yearly white party in Oak Bluffs.

Wear Cheadle eating in a tranquil corner at a neighborhood favorite off Circuit Avenue.

Spike Lee playing through Farm Neck Golf Club two days after previous president Barack Obama was there with NBA legend Ray Allen.

Or on the other hand perhaps it was only the center of August on Martha's Vineyard, the small island in the Atlantic that for the beyond twenty years has played.

Never knew about it? Indeed, here's who has: Tyler Perry, Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, Jordan Peele, Tracee Ellis Ross, Eric Holder - you understand everything.

Consistently filling in size and esteem since brooding a long time back in the Brooklyn loft of prime supporters Stephanie and Floyd Rance

the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival sits incredibly at the intersection of Black culture, industry ocean change and everybody's fantasy excursion. Simply ask the Obamas.

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