May 24: This is Spinal Tap In this 1984 cult classic documentary, one of England’s loudest bands is chronicled on what proves to be a fateful tour. Just for fun, there will be an air guitar and best mullet competition as well. 7:30 p.m., $8 adults, $5 children.   Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, The Museum Theater, 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, 866.781.2922;


Ingmar Bergman Films at Jacob Burns Film Center

Legendary Swedish director Ingmar Bergman would have celebrated his 100th birthday on July 14. In honor of his centennial, a large retrospective is touring the country with 32 digitally restored Bergman works. Jacob Burns Film Center is showing some of the influential director’s films as part of its Retro Revival series throughout the month of May, including:

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  • Persona: May 1
  • The Seventh Seal: May 8
  • Wild Strawberries: May 15
  • Through a Glass Darkly: May 22
  • Autumn Sonata: May 29. 

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The Hoboken International Film Festival in Greenwood Lake celebrates its 13th anniversary. More than 15,000 people attend the event each year to rub elbows with celebrities, producers, actors, and directors. The Gala Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Gilbert Gottfried. Touted by FOX, Time Warner, and other major media outlets as “One of the 10 Biggest Film Festivals in the World,” it will showcase the most cutting-edge films. This year the Lifetime Achievement Award in Acting will be accepted by Academy Award winner, Louis Gossett Jr. The Excellence in Acting Award will be accepted by Grammy winner Tia Carrere. May 18–24, $35+. Thomas P. Morahan Park, 5 Windermere Ave, Greenwood Lake, 201.857.5965; 

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