Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival 8 is a wrap

CHRIS SPENCER OF Vergennes won the MNFF8 Shouldice Family Prize for best Vermont-made film, “The Life of Stephen Bates,” a story about Vermont’s first black sheriff. Independent photo/Steve James

MNFF, which ran Aug. 24-28, screened 138 films at five venues on six screens over its run.

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