A satirical show that links past, present, and future. There are sea otters on Razor scooters, a TED Talk given by an ill fated naval commander, several appearances by a prestigious self-help guru and lots of trudging through the snow.
Beginning June 25, the big Summer Festival has performances for all, workshops for the kids, as well as dance and drum classes and workshops to explore your own talents.
2016 at Jacob’s Pillow promises” a breathtaking array of dance performances set to an incredible range of live music,’ says new director Pamela Tatge. Look over our complete schedule of free and ticketed performances, and then try to make up your mind which to choose. It’s almost overwhelming!
A satire of the medical profession, Molière himself played the main role of the hypochondriac Argan, and famously coughed up blood during his fourth performance, dying later that evening in what came to be known as a bitter irony, given the play’s subject of imaginary illness.
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.
In the tumultuous late 1960s and early 1970s a cadre of New York artists sought to transcend the limitations of painting and sculpture by producing earthworks on a monumental scale in the desolate desert spaces of the American southwest. This is their story.
BIFF 2016 brings films, filmmakers, industry professionals and film fans together for a four-day celebration of independent film featuring 26 documentaries, 26 narrative features and 17 short films screened from June 2-5 in Great Barrington and Pittsfield, MA.