See these Vermont films at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival next week.
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s chamber ensemble, conducted by Matt LaRocca, returns Aug. 25, with its pioneering collaboration with the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival.
It’s been 30 years since Jay Craven was on the road touring his film “Where the Rivers Flow North.” Now he’s looking forward to a special screening this Saturday in Ferrisburgh.
George Woodard’s new film, “The Farm Boy,” will screen at Holley Hall in Bristol on May 5, and in Brandon and Randolph this coming weekend.
Live music will accompany a slate of films screened at Middlebury College during next week’s Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival.
This special family-friendly holiday film, from award winning director Lynn Roth, sensitively portrays the timeless and unbreakable bond between a boy and his faithful dog as it is put to the ultimate test in late 1930’s Nazi Germany.
The Vermont International Film Festival [VTIFF] and the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival [MNFF] will continue the online monthly movie series Split/Screen this month. With the two Vermont film festivals each curating a selection of four entertaining fi … (read more)
Shalini Kantayya’s newest film, “Coded Bias,” will screen for free across Vermont in a virtual format from Dec. 7-13. Modern society sits at the intersection of two crucial questions: What does it mean when artificial intelligence (AI) increasingly govern … (read more)
The exciting online monthly movie series Split/Screen launches Friday, Nov. 20, and streams 24/7 for 10 days, concluding Nov. 29. Co-presented by the Vermont International Film Festival [VTIFF] and the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival [MNFF], Split/Scr … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Community Classic Film Club will convene for the second film in the fall series today, Nov. 5 to view and discuss “La Strada” (1954). The film will be available on Kanopy, which allows viewers to screen the film at their conven … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — A short film shot entirely in Addison County by local filmmaker Natasha Ngaiza has been officially selected to take part in two important film festivals and, because the pandemic has nixed in-person festivals, will be screened online next wee … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — Nineteen trips, three documentary films, and a book later, Sas Carey decided to do things a little differently for her fourth film about the nomadic reindeer herders of northern Mongolia who she’s been following since 1994. “I’m doing everyth … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — The Marquis Theater in Middlebury is giving movie viewers a chance to be the judge when it screens this year’s 10 finalists for the Manhattan Short Film Festival on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 2 and 6 p.m. Tickets will be sold at their regular rate … (read more)