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.

March 20 & 21 at 7:30 PM
Celebrate our farms! — THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM

A hit at major film festivals from Telluride to Toronto, the film documents John and Molly Chester’s 8-year quest to transform 200 barren acres, one problem-solving puzzle at a time, into a diverse farm in harmony with nature.
Each night you can join a panel of farm educators from our region (CISA, Just Roots) in a post-film Q & A.
Bring your ideas for supporting our local farms!
2018. John Chester, Molly Chester. Director: John Chester. Color. 91 min. PG

Live music on stage 7-7:30pm
Friday: TBA
Saturday: Over Easy

April 3 & 4 at 7:30 PM
Sing Along with Tevye! — FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

We are repeating one of our most popular collaborations with the Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival, “Fiddler on the Roof.” Why show it again? It’s a tradition!
This is a companion to PVJFF’s showing of a great documentary, FIDDLER: A MIRACLE OF MIRACLES on April 2 (Yiddish Book Center, 7 pm, tickets at pvjff.org) and is sure to be a great night.
It remains both stirring and relevant 45 years after its Broadway premiere.
1971. Topol, Norma Crane, Molly Picon. Color. 181 min. G

Live music on stage 7-7:30pm
Friday: Tipsy Parsnips
Saturday: Sue Kranz

April 10 & 11 at 7:30 PM
Meet the Producer — LOVING VINCENT

The tragic and mysterious death of Vincent Van Gogh, told using a new, brilliant technique. Over 125 painters took seven years to make each scene a beautiful animated oil painting. The result is both mesmerizing and evocative.
On Friday evening only, the film will be introduced by producer (and Frontier High School grad) Nikki Justice, who will lead a post-film Q & A.
2017. Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan, Robert Gulaczyk. Directors: Corona Kobiela, Hugh Welchman. Color. PG-13

Live music on stage 7-7:30pm
Friday: Reticence
Saturday: Coop Jazz