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Three new movies hit cinemas this weekend, including "Jungle Cruise," an adventure movie based on Disney's ride of the same name; "The Green Knight," a fantasy epic featuring the nephew of King Arthur and the Matt Damon drama, "Stillwater," about an American father who travels to France, where his daughter is in prison for a murder she says she has nothing to do with.

Here’s a look at what's playing — July 30 to Aug. 5— at cinemas in the Berkshires, Southern Vermont and environs.

The long-awaited “Black Widow” arrives in theaters, kicking off “Phase 4” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The solo film, which focuses on Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff, could debut with the highest opening box office ticket sales for a movie during the pandemic. "F9" opened with $7…

One of the most anticipated movies of the summer, “In the Heights” has arrived in theaters — almost every single one of them.

The film is an adaptation of the Tony-award winning musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes about the hopes and struggles of residents of New York City’s Washington Heights. Also new to cinemas this week is "Peter Rabbit 2:The Runaway."

Here's what's playing — June 11-17 — at in-person and virtual cinemas in the Berkshires ...

Last weekend’s strong debut of “A Quiet Place Part II” has many in the film industry hopeful that audiences are willing to return to the cinema for in-person screenings. Here in the Berkshires, there are plenty of options for a night out or an afternoon matinee. The Crandell Theatre, in Chatham, N.Y. — the only cinema still showing films virtually in the area — has announced plans to reopen on July 1. Here's what's playing — June 4-10 ...

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Starting this month and continuing through spring, Gateways Inn owner Mill Town Capital, in association with Berkshires Jazz, is presenting top area jazz ensembles three nights a week, with month-long residencies — all free with no cover charge — and ticketed concerts by acclaimed visiting artists.

With “Kamloopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story,” Canadian Indigenous playwright Kim Senklip Harvey (Syilx and Tsilhqot’in Nation) has given us a thoughtful comedy about two sisters who, over the course of the play, come into their own as they each claim their power and heritage as Indigenous women. With all its cultural and human richness and theatrical opportunity, “Kamloopa” deserves better treatment than it is getting in director Estefanía Fadul’s loosely formed, hit-and-largely miss production for WAM Theatre, which opened over the weekend, with an all-Indigenous female cast, in Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre.

Dorinda Medley may have risen to Bravo TV fame for her quotable zingers as a cast member for six seasons on "The Real Housewives of New York City," but she really wants you to know her as the daughter of John and Diane Cinkala, of Great Barrington. The proud self-proclaimed "Berkshirite" has a new book out Aug. 17 about how a young girl growing up in Great Barrington became a reality TV star and the journey she took to get there. 

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