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Namuli is a community-backed film about the spirit of exploration
Profiles the gentle spirit of Maine wilderness guide Ray Reitze
Friday Night Arts Night
The original Artisans at Frog Hollow in 1971
The original Artisans at Frog Hollow: Richard Wissler, Andrew Marks and Clarisse Shechter.
Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans - Made in Fire
Made in Fire: Steven Bronstein recovers from a studio fire.
Emily Mason: A Painting Experience
A short documentary portrait about the prolific visual artist Emily Mason.
Champlain College Student Showcase 2017
Work from students in the television and film programs at Champlain College.
Scout Film Festival Winners Showcase 2017
Annual international event that celebrates teen filmmakers through short film.
Castleton Videofest Winner Showcase 2017
Four winning Castleton Videofest Vermont high school films.
Award winning films, created by students living in Vermont.
This controversial and innovative documentary, directed by the Newsreel Collective including filmmaker John Douglas of Burlington, VT, filmed during the war and in North Vietnam and including footage from other Vietnamese sources, presents a unique view of the mobilization and participation of Vietnamese people committed to their country's fight against colonialism and foreign military aggression. The film will be accompanied by an interview with Douglas discussing the motivation of the filmmakers.
Films by Bess O'BrienTo purchase DVD copies of The Hungry Heart and Here Today visit www.kingdomcounty.org
The Hungry Heart
An intimate look at the often hidden world of prescription drug addiction.