October 3-4, 2020
The Triplex Cinema and Berkshire International Film Festival have teamed up with the nonprofit Clinton Church Restoration to offer a weekend of documentary films on October 3-4. The event will feature free live screenings of four documentaries that address African American resistance to racial injustice over a span of 150 years: W.E.B. Du Bois: A Biography in Four Voices, I Am Not Your Negro, John Lewis: Good Trouble, and Whose Streets? An outdoor program of speakers will kick off the event on October 3 at 12 noon. The speakers will be Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste, Sabrina Allard, and Brooke Bridges.
The films will be shown on October 3rd and 4th, with two showings for each film. Dates and times are available on the theater’s website and reservations are required. In accordance with state guidelines, all screenings will take place in reduced capacity theaters that allow for physical distancing. There will be a streaming option for three of the four films for those unable to attend in person. This option will be available for two weeks starting October 3. The nominal fee for streaming tickets will go to the Clinton Church Restoration project.
For in-theatre screening, reserve your seats at thetriplex.com — scroll to the bottom of the homepage (under the streaming options) OR click on the Coming Soon tab.
Online streaming: three of the four films are available online streaming until Oct 16 — go to thetriplex.com and scroll down on the homepage to find the streaming options.
To make a donation to support the restoration, click here.
Thank you to our partners and sponsors!
Triplex Cinema, Berkshire International Film Festival, Housatonic Heritage, Upper Housatonic Valley African American Heritage Trail, Housatonic River Walk, a project of Great Barrington Land Conservancy, NAACP Berkshire County Branch, Berkshire Property Agents, Greylock Federal Credit Union, Berkshire Money Management, Lance Vermeulen Real Estate, Berkshire Coop and Berkshire Bank.