Berkshire International Film Festival: The New Sundance East??

Couldn’t get to the Sundance Film Festival this year? Then come visit our Inn in Lenox, MA and head to the 6th annual Berkshire International Film Festival from June 2nd-5th. Seventy feature-length and short feature films and documentaries by independent filmmakers from the US and abroad will be shown in Great Barrington and Pittsfield over the 4-day festival.

Andrew Rossi’s documentary “Page One: Inside the NY Times” opens the festival on June 2nd and the festival closes on June 5th with the Sundance Audience Award-winning “Buck,” Cindy Meehl’s documentary about real-life horse whisperer Buck Brannaman (also being shown on June 3rd). Other highlights include a special screening of “A Letter to Elia,” a documentary about Elia Kazan, and a series of films from the Human Rights Film Festival.

“And,” Quinn adds, “there will be some of the best popcorn east of Sundance. I know because I eat the popcorn off the floor!”

Sorry! Robert Redford will not be in attendance, but guests at our Berkshires Inn are sure to have a great time and enjoy some memorable films and discussions.

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