The Stowe Jewish Film Festival is back this year — virtually.
Students in grades 3-12 are encouraged to participate in the University of Vermont Extension 4-H “Speak Up” video content, using their voice to affect change in their communities.
“Community Through Crisis: a Vermont story” is the first and only documentary about Vermont’s response to COVID, through the eyes of 10 small businesses, including Salvation Farms in Morrisville.
Made in Vermont, for Vermont, by Vermonters. And it’s not maple syrup. This summer 36 teams of filmmakers across the state collaborated to remake the film “Cast Away.”
Feeling over-Zoomed and under-connected in the struggle to maintain a coronavirus-free home? Looking for a socially distanced communal activity? Just wanting to have some creative fun?
With its marquee relegated for months to showing cheeky coronavirus-related messages and curbside popcorn delivery times, and its four screens dark since March, Morrisville’s Bijou Cineplex 4 has moved the movies outside.
Stowe Story Labs has received a $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for its “Opportunity Gap” program for outreach and inclusion of diverse participants.
“The Samuel Project” is the last of three films in the fifth Stowe Jewish Film Festival, presented online through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
“My Polish Honeymoon” is the second of three films in the fifth Stowe Jewish Film Festival, being presented online through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.