Great Barrington, Mass. — The Berkshire International Film Festival’s winter series “BIFF SELECTS” is presenting the critically acclaimed drama, SOUTH MOUNTAIN on Sunday, March 15th at 10:30AM the Triplex Cinema.
The series, which highlights international and domestic narrative and documentary films, is intended to promote independent film throughout the year.
SOUTH MOUNTAIN: Lila has built a fragile tranquility in the Catskill mountain home she shares with her husband Edgar and their teen daughters. Soon after the girls leave for summer adventures, Edgar reveals the birth of a child with another woman leaving Lila to a season of explosive loss and reconfiguration. Lila lashes out – exploring the light and dark corners of grief, anger, and desire through her friendship with a younger man. As Lila’s world overturns, those who count on her likewise come undone. The film stars Talia Balsam and Columbia County resident, Scott Cohen. Director Hilary Brougher will be in attendance immediately following the film for a Q&A.
Doors at the Triplex open at 10AM. Tickets are $12 for all films ($10 for REEL Friends at the door) and may be purchased online here OR that day at the Triplex Cinema with cash or check only. For more information, call the BIFF office at 413.528.8030.
The Berkshire International Film Festival (BIFF) is a world-class festival and an integral part of the cultural fabric of the Berkshires. During its annual three-day festival, BIFF showcases the latest in independent feature, documentary, short, and family films as well as lively panel discussions and special events focusing on filmmakers and talented artists from both sides of the camera. BIFF also hosts year-round screenings and opportunities for film lovers to get together.