‘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.
A free screening of a local fim starring local students – and their parents – followed by lunch and discussion, what’s not to like?
Back for one night only is one of the most fascinating films about taking pictures ever made, and it tall takes place here in the Berkshires.
Greg Crewdson is as much a chronicler of the Berkshires as Norman Rockwell.
If you’re pretty handy with that Smartphone, you might want to try your hand at making a short film for the 10×10 Upstreet Festival.
The Kennedys, Marina Abramovic, a dozen or more great new films, popular shorts, plus a historic sampling of the best of LGBT offerings . Read More…
Local performance artist and filmmaker Sanjiban Sellew will be honored on March 4 with films at the Mahaiwe and a celebration at the Castle Street Cafe. He is seen in the still from The Fight That Never Ends above which you should click for more details on this extraordinary artist and the reasons for honoring him now.