“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.
BIFF also presented awards for some of this year’s best films at their annual celebration of Independent filmmakers, documentaries, narrative films and shorts.
A day of festivities that celebrates the Housatonic River, Watershed as well as the region’s agriculture, industry, and culture—showcasing the spirit of independence that has made Great Barrington so vibrant for more than 250 years.
The BerkshireNow gallery space at the Berkshire Museum will feature the work of award-winning filmmaker and artist Daniel Brody from Friday, June 3, through Sunday, August 21, 2016. A reception will be held on Friday, June 3, from 5 to 8 p.m., in conjunction with Pittsfield’s First Fridays Artswalk, when the Museum’s BerkshireNow gallery is…
One of the best new LGBT films in years, “Those People” is about a painter, a concert pianist and the son of a disgraced millionaire. We talk with Jonathan Gordon (r), a fresh new personality who proves to be every bit as memorable as the film he stars in.