The Berkshire Film Society presents special screenings of contemporary domestic and international independent films, many with special guests attending for post-screening Q & A's.

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FRIDA Kahlo
Directed By Ali Ray
(documentARY feature)
Playing Saturday, July 10 at 8:00 pm
at TurnPark Art Space in W. Stockbridge
Discussion to follow 

Take a journey through the life of a true icon, discover her art, and uncover the truth behind her often turbulent life. Making use of the latest technology to deliver previously unimaginable quality, we take an in-depth look at key works throughout her career.  Discover the real Frida Kahlo.  This film delves deeper than any film has done before, engaging with world-renowned Kahlo experts, exploring how great an artist she was.

Frida Kahlo - trailer
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Reserve your spot.

Seating limited to 70.

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Reserve your spot.

Seating limited to 70.

Reserve your spot.

Seating limited to 70.

The Price of Everything
Directed By Nathaniel Kahn
(documentARY feature)
Playing Friday, July 16 at 8 pm 
Hosted by TurnPark Art Space, W. Stockbridge Discussion to follow

With unprecedented access to pivotal artists and the white-hot market surrounding them, this film dives deep into the contemporary art world, hold a fun-house mirror up to our values and times.

Featuring collectors, dealers, auctioneers and a rich range of artists, including current market darlings Jeff Koons, Gerhard Richter, Njideka Akunyili Crosby and one-time art star Larry Poons, the film exposes deep contradictions as it holds a mirror up to contemporary values and times, coaxing out the dynamics at play in pricing the priceless.

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Reserve your spot.

Seating limited to 70.

AGGIE 
Directed By Catherine Gund

(documentARY feature)
Playing Saturday, July 17 at 8 pm 
Hosted by TurnPark Art Space, W. Stockbridge Discussion to follow

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An exploration of the nexus of art, race and justice through the story of art collector Agnes Gund who sold Roy Lichtenstein's painting "Masterpiece" in 2017 for $165 million to start the Art for Justice Fund to end mass incarceration.  The film captures Aggie as a true maverick, who demonstrates the unique role and potential of collectors and benefactors to use art to fight injustice.

Opening Weekend Sept. 25 & 26, 2021: Two Art Documentaries at TurnPark Art Space

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Past Screenings at our partner organization the Film Society of Summit

 

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Girl Rising
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