Friday – Monday, April 18-21
Learn more about this movie from our Little Cinema Curator Here.
“One of the wonderful things about film is its ability to transport you across physical and cultural boundaries; allowing you for a couple hours to be someone completely different from yourself. Movies are always a practice in empathy in their funny way, and one of the main reasons I chose The Rocket was that I wanted to see the world through the eyes of Ahlo, the unlucky little hero of the film.”
Friday – Monday, April 25-28
Nestled in the heart of The Berkshire Museum, Little Cinema has been presenting the best in independent, art house and foreign films for over 60 years.
Little Cinema is a single screen movie theater right inside The Berkshire Museum. We carefully choose one first run, independent or foreign film a week.
Friday – Monday 7 p.m. & a Monday matinee at 1:30 p.m.
Tickets: $7.50, Berkshire Museum members $5
Sunday, May 4, 3pm
Two Who Dared: The Sharps’ War
All tickets $5
A dramatic documentary, Two Who Dared is the untold WWII story of a Unitarian minister and his wife who traveled to Prague and France in 1939 and 1940 to rescue both Christians and Jews fleeing the Nazis.
Co-Sponsors: Jewish Federation of the Berkshires, the Unitarian Universalist Churches of Pittsfield and Great Barrington and endorsed by Berkshire interfaith organizations.