After helping to build a "trophy" house on Martha's Vineyard, carpenter Thomas Bena got behind the camera to make One Big Home, a documentary about the humungous houses developers build in the "quaint, historic community" on the East Coast. As you can imagine, he encounters a fair amount of resistance as he tries to conduct interviews with some of the home owners and carpenters, the latter of whom often sign confidentiality agreements upon employment. The movie screens tonight at 7 at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $9, or $7 for CMA members, students and seniors. (Niesel)
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