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.
There’s a world of informative film out there that your commercial-laden cable or satellite service ignores. This is another in our series of why you should cut the cord, and stop wasting your life watching commercial television.
Co-presented on March 8 by the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers and the Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series. Pamela Yates will be on hand to talk about the issues in the film with a reception to follow.
When it comes to films, the Academy Awards themselves have often been a popular subject. Herewith, our favorite films with Oscar as a co-star.
Comprised of a custom-built rig of counter-rotating platforms this unusual site specific piece expands and unifies our perception of the cinematic beyond the screen.