Pothole Pictures

We are an all-volunteer-run, non-profit, community movie house and we’ve been showing the best in classic, foreign, and independent films on the BIG screen in our historic, century-old 420-seat Memorial Hall Theater (at 51 Bridge Street – above Town Hall – in Shelburne Falls, MA) since 1995. We have frequent special events like “Meet the Filmmaker” nights and collaborations with local community organizations. Live, local musical acts play on stage for half-an-hour before each film. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for kids under 12.

Advance tickets can be purchased at the rate of 5 for $20 by sending a check to:
P.O. Box 368, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370.
For more information, call Jim Kessler at (413) 625-8181.

September 27 & 28 at 7:30 PM
Banksy Strikes Again — Exit Through The Gift Shop

Los Angeles amateur film maker Thierry Guetta set out to film street artists at work, including Banksy, who was world famous even before he sold one of his works for $1.4 million (which immediately shredded itself!) Banksy eventually took over Guetta’s footage and turned it into this very highly rated film. Like Banksy’s other art, this film is brilliant, entertaining and thought-provoking. Banksy, Shepard Fairey and other street artists.
2010. Director: Banksy. Color. 87 min. R

Live music on stage 7-7:30pm
Friday: Whistle Stop—old time music
Saturday: Forest Avenue—traditional

October 4 & 5 at 7:30 PM
Bridge of Flowers 90th Anniversary — Five Seasons

For this special event, Pothole Pix is helping to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the (World Famous) Shelburne Falls Bridge of Flowers with a film about garden designer Piet Oudolf, whose US work is on New York’s High Line and in Chicago’s Millennium Park. To help celebrate, we will pass the hat for the Bridge, plus: a photo show!

Meet the film’s Director on Friday! Guest gardeners on Saturday!

2017. Director: Thomas Piper. Color. 75 min. Unrated.

Live music on stage 7-7:30pm
Friday: Dave Dershom
Saturday: Ashfield Folk Music Open Sessions—celtic