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Great Barrington, 1 pm
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 Oct. 3 and 4.
Inspired by the Movement for Black Lives, the event will feature free live screenings of four documentaries that address African American resistance to racial injustice over a span of 150 years.
On Sunday, Oct. 4:
• 1 pm and 6 pm: "John Lewis: Good Trouble"
• 2 pm and 7 pm: "Whose Streets"
Reservations are required. There will be a streaming option for a small fee for those unable to attend in person, which will be available for two weeks starting Oct. 3. A portion of the streaming cost will go to the Clinton Church Restoration project. For schedule and tickets, visit thetriplex.com.
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