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_Park Avenue Cubists_ will be screened at the Berkshire International Film Festival
  • _Park Avenue Cubists_ will be screened at the Berkshire International Film Festival

The second annual Berkshire International Film Festival will screen 50 movies at a number of venues in Great Barrington May 17 through May 20. Films include Rocket Science by Jeffrey Blitz, Broken English by Zoe Cassavetes, and View from a Grain of Sand by Menna Nanji. The festival will also showcase the winners of the Berkshire Student Film Festival and a tribute to director Arthur Penn. A longtime Stockbridge resident, Penn will receive BIFF's Lifetime Achievement Award, and three of his films will be screened: Bonnie and Clyde, Four Friends, and Alice's Restaurant, the cinematic adaptation of Arlo's Guthrie's song saga centered around a Stockbridge restaurant. (413) 528-8030; www.biffma.com.

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