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Two (fold) in One (flute): Brandon Patrick George’s Solo Recital at Tannery Pond

George’s concept was to pair works on the basis of either direct or common influences, thereby creating a dialogue spanning centuries and continents and arranged as a wide-ranging journey with the common vehicle of a solo flute.

FilmColumbia to celebrate 20 years

The 10-day festival will feature more than 60 world-class independent and international features and documentaries, plus post-screening question-and-answer sessions with artists, and special tributes and events.

2019 Berkshire International Film Festival ‘the best year yet’

Great Barrington -- “This will be the best year yet,” Kelley Vickery, founder and artistic director of the Berkshire International Film Festival, stated during her...

LEONARD QUART: Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKKKlansman’ shows political passion

Spike Lee's new film "BlacKKKlansman" contains some flaws but, though set in the 1970s, often transcends its weaknesses to heavy-handedly but powerfully evoke our current Trump-dominated era, one in which an unembarrassed racist is in power and the alt-right, including neo-Nazis, has been resurrected.

FILM REVIEW: 54th annual New York Film Festival

I am grateful to report that this year not a single big slick manipulative commercial blockbuster movie was included.

Film Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘While We’re Young’ is witty, rueful

In “While We’re Young” Baumbach has made a more mainstream comedy. It’s one that displays his keen insight into the comic/pathetic nature of human behavior, and a social intelligence that captures the absurdities and pain of the generational divide.

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