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Be Here Now: Kevin Smith and His Film “Red State” Sneak Into Pittsfield’s Little Cinema For One Night Only, September 25 [Berkshire on Stage]

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Kevin Smith's "Red State" @ Berkshire Museum's Little Cinema

The first horror film/thriller to base its story on American evangelicals gone wild, Red State has not been seen in many cinemas, and for good reason. The nastiness it portrays is America today, and what some Christian believers would do if they got their way. It is the ultimate horror film, and it has had an unusual life ever since it premiered at Sundance.

About the Screening and Twitter Talkback

In a special “One-Night-Only” event, Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema will screen Red State, the controversial thriller written and directed by Kevin Smith (Clerks), on Sunday, September 25, at 7 p.m., followed by an interactive webcast Q&A session with Smith from Los Angeles. Little Cinema is one of only 32 exceptionally brave theaters nationwide to participate in this event. Tickets are $25; $20 members.

click to read the rest of this story at Berkshire on Stage.

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