‘H’ is typical of the offerings: How is that massive head floating? What was the meteor thing? Why is a black horse showing up on the streets? And what does any of this have to do with The Iliad? These are questions just one unusual film raises. And there are 80 new and interesting independent movies on the BIFF schedule.
“Dance is ever-changing,” says dancer Daniil SImkin, seen in a documentary that explores the essence of art with astounding camerawork and historical accuracy in a new Ric Burns film on PBS.
During an extended interview, Jeremy Irvine talked about the six years since he first came to the public’s attention in Stephen Spielberg’s War Horse. With ten films under his belt, and another shooting in 2016, he is looking for a script that will put him back on the stage. Part One of a series.
Randy Harrison talks about his latest film, a comedy, and how commitments elsewhere have kept him away from the Berkshires.
The story of Stonewall has been told in documentaries, but this film brings drama in the story of Danny (Jeremy Irvine) who is kicked out of his home and flees to New York City.
We like this program since it is a simple and straight-forward way to learn more about film, no college enrollment hassles, no prerequisites before you are allowed to take a course you are interested in, just total immersion in the subject at hand.
One of Albert Maysles final gifts to the world is “Iris” a portrait of Legendary New York style icon, Iris Apfel.