The Williamstown Film Festival celebrates its 15th birthday with famous names -- Treat Williams, John Irving, Luke Matheny -- and places.
The first annual Beacon Independent Film Festival (BIFF) starts rolling on September 13, 2013 with a hand-picked selection of documentaries and narrative films.
Upstate Films, Rhinebeck; TSL, Hudson; Images Cinema, Williamstown; The Moviehouse, Millerton; The Mahaiwe, Great Barrington; Triplex Cinema, Great Barrington; Beacon Cinema, Pittsfield; The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield; The Clark, Williamstown.
Berkshire International Film Festival serves up style with hit films Frances Ha, Texas Huntress, documentary Girl Rising, and more.
Tickets for film festivals in Chatham and Williamstown are selling out fast, but you can still catch the stars close by, including actor Kristianna Loken of Love Apple Farm.
Born 6 years ago as the Kent Film Festival, the Litchfield Hills Film Festival is bigger & better, with a new home at the Warner Theatre in Torrington, CT. The Festival runs from June 28 - July 1, with Campbell Scott presenting a sneak preview of his new film on Saturday, June 30.
The 7th Annual Berkshire International Film Festival features 70 movies from more than 15 different countries, including many with local ties, including two feature documentaries on performance artist Marina Abramović, photographer Gregory Crewdson, plus shorts on rock & roll photographer Ken Regan and sculptor Leon Smith of Ancramdale. Local filmmaking talent is also on display in Wunderkind, written by Lenox resident Stephen Glantz, Monday at Racine, directed by Cynthia Wade, and Lemon, co-directed by Beth Levison, who grew up in Pittsfield.