WILLIAMSTOWN -- Tickets are still mostly available for this weekend’s Williamstown Film Festival. However, as of press time, "Dreamscapes," the opening night feature, is sold out.
Remaing festival screening schedule:
n Thursday, Oct. 18: At 4 p.m.: "The Pier," bittersweet comedy-drama about an expatriate lured back to Ireland .
n Friday, Oct. 19: At 11:45 a.m.: All-Shorts Slot One.
At 2:15 p.m.: Any Day Now," winner of the Tribeca audience award, in which a couple befriend a neglected boy but then face a custody battle. Based on a true story.
At 4:30 p.m.: "Painter Caio Fonseca," charming portrait of the contemporary artist shuttling between America and his work retreat in rural Italy
At 8 p.m.: "Knuckleball," tracing the history of the unique pitch and the 2011 seasons of the Red Sox’ Tim Wakefield and the Mets’ sizzling R.A. Dickey.
n Saturday, Oct. 20: At 10 a.m.: All-Shorts Slot Two.
At noon: "Arcadia," a father and his children drive across America to a new life but can’t shed the one left behind. Directed by Williams College graduate Olivia Silver
At 3 p.m.: "Gayby," longtime best friends Jenn (straight) and Matt (gay), decide to fulfill a college promise.
At 6 p.m.: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo ("Empire Falls," "Nobody’s Fool") talks with filmmaker Brad Silberling and Williams professor Jim Shepard about the pleasures and perils of adapting a successful novel to the screen.
n Sunday, Oct. 21: At 11 a.m.: "Supporting Characters," New England premiere of a romantic comedy/buddy flick: Two film editors juggle their neurotic director and romantic entanglements.
At 2 p.m.: "Circus Dreams," documentary about traveling Circus Smirkus and the talented teenagers who audition.
For more info about the festival, tickets and passes: williamstownfilmfest.com, 413-458-9700.