Two documentary films and an artist talk take place on October 27 at the Berkshire Museum further illuminating artist Robert Hite. His solo show of sculpture, paintings, and photography is now on display in a dual exhibition at the Berkshire Museum and Hancock Shaker Village.
People can drop off their home movies at Images Cinema prior to October 15th, or they can bring their films the day of the show. Supported formats will include 16mm, 8mm and super 8.
Once called guerrilla warfare, today we call it simply terrorism. This classic (and horrific) film was actually screened for the military at the Pentagon after 9/11 as we prepared to invade Iraq. It shows that history does indeed repeat itself. Endlessly.
Marni Nixon’s beautiful soprano has been captured on numerous films where she was a “ghost” voice filling in for name stars, but Nixon also graced opera and concert stages during a long career spent both in the spotlight and the shadows.
“Argentina” throbs with life and feeling Film Review by Larry Murray Modern life in urban settings sometimes leads to moments in which you just need a film that is able to take you out of yourself. A reminder that arrives via a song or dance that connects you with your past. Argentina is the latest…
Best known for his Back to the Future films, Christopher Lloyd was a consummate stage actor, as those who saw him in the Weston Playhouse production of Death of Salesman can attest.
Tab Hunter is an important figure in Hollywood’s hidden LGBT history and in this interview, we get to know his human side as he talks about being brought up by a strict Germanic mother, growing older, and his affection for John Waters and Divine.