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Made Here: QuébecOur Made Here series heads north of the border in April with four more films Québécois from the National Film Board of Canada. Part of the series Made Here: Québec: Films from the National Film Board of Canada in partnership with RETN.
Québec: The Invisible Nation
Exploring how the Algonquin people once lived in harmony with the vast territory they occupied, and how the balance was upset when the Europeans arrived in the 16th century.
Québec: Museum in the City
We visit the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts. This exploration takes us behind the scenes at the institution and looks back over its 150-year history.
Québec: Where I'm From
An intimate chronicle that unfolds in the working-class neighborhood of Verdun
Québec: The Lumberfros
Working as brush cutters, 21st-century lumberjacks discover Quebec's boreal forest.
Champlain College Student Showcase - Spring 2018
A selection of current work from students in the television and film programs at Champlain College. 2 annual showcases will offer a look at contemporary subjects and offer a peek inside the mind of students in Vermont and their learning process. 60 minutes.
No.7 On The List
A Boat Ride
Animation about two cats on a boat. Created with paper cutouts and puppets.
A Very Important Date
A short hand-drawn animation about two doomis trying to meet up.
Senate 74: Choosing A New Leader For Vermont
Senate 74: Choosing a New Leader for Vermont
The story of Patrick Leahy's 1974 Senate campaign, directed by Dorothy Tod in 1974.
Filmed in Vermont in 1980, on how the aftermath of the Vietnam War has affected families.
Shadows Fall North
How does a state with the motto "Live Free or Die" confront its participation in slavery?
United We Ski
The rise and decline of small ski areas, telling the story of three surviving in Vermont.
History Of Bolton Valley
A look at the past 50 years of skiing and riding at Bolton Valley.
Namuli is a community-backed film about the spirit of exploration