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BITS & BYTES: Julie Wosk at Berkshire Museum; Camilo Cárdena at Center for Peace through Culture; Bobby Previte at Hudson Hall; ‘Poor Herman’ at...

Berkshire Museum presents a talk on images of female astronauts and aviators, as well as space-age females in movies, fashion, and television.

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.

REVIEW: New York Film Festival 2019, Part 1

Another film made by a young and talented director to watch for in the future is “Fire will Come” by Olivier Laxe, a wonderfully made Spanish film, beautiful to look at but also enigmatic, shot in a gorgeous mountain area where the love of nature is evident in every frame.

Bits & Bytes: Chick Corea Trio at the Mahaiwe; Agnès Varda film festival; immigration system talk; the Suitcase Junket at Club Helsinki Hudson

Attendees will be part of an interactive presentation of the overseas security screening process that a typical refugee family passes through before coming to the United States.

REVIEW: 55th annual New York Film Festival, Part I: The work of remarkable women

For me Anges Varda’s ‘Faces Places’ is very appealing and worth the effort of a trip to the city to see, if it doesn't show up at the Triplex.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.