Due to the concerns around the spread of Coronavirus(COVID-19), this year’s Women’s Film Festival, originally slated for March 20-29th, has been rescheduled to September 18-20th. Look for more information on our website, www.womensfilmfestival.org, this summer.
*If you already purchased a 5-movie pass or gala ticket, it will be valid in September.
*If you hadn’t yet purchased a pass or ticket, but still wish to donate to the Freedom Center, please go to www.womensfreedomcenter.net and click ‘donate’.
*If you are unable to attend the event in September and would like a refund of your purchase, please be in touch with us via email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
In THE PEOPLE’S TRUTH, Polly and the team travel over 50,000 miles in the USA and around the world. Interviews of parents and doctors with nothing to gain and everything to lose exposed the vaccine injury epidemic and asked the question on every parent’s mind, “Are vaccines really as safe and effective as we’ve been told?” Come find out on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. at the Latchis Theater, located at 50 Main Street, Brattleboro.
Join us at 7 pm on Thursday, May 2nd as we present a FREE screening of the movie: I Am From Here, in honor of Diversity Day.
This is an instructional film, originally created for public school staff, teachers, and administrators in Vermont. It was commissioned by the Vermont-NEA Racial Justice Task Force in collaboration with the National Education Association. Bess O’Brien from Kingdom County Productions produced the 30-minute film. She interviewed parents, community members, educators, and students from Vermont. Bess filmed their accounts of living in and going to school in Vermont.
Milton Glaser has often been called America’s foremost graphic designer. Best known for co-founding New York Magazine and the enduring I Love NY campaign, the full breadth of Glaser’s remarkable artistic output is revealed in this documentary portrait, Milton Glaser: To Inform and Delight. From newspapers and magazine designs, to interior spaces, logos, and brand identities, to his celebrated prints, drawings, posters and paintings, the documentary offers audiences a much richer appreciation for one of the great modern renaissance men. The film glances into everyday moments of Glaser’s personal life and captures his immense warmth and humanity, and the boundless depth of his intelligence and creativity.
On Friday, March 8th at 6 pm, join us at Brooks Memorial Library, as Brattleboro Solidarity shows a FREE screening of the documentary “Why We Fight.” This film describes the rise and maintenance of the United States military–industrial complex and its 50-year involvement with the wars led by the United States to date, especially its 2003 Invasion of Iraq.
Yesterday I popped in the River Garden to see the Brattleboro exhibit we helped design with BHS, and was met with a surprise. The historical society has been given a treasure trove of old Brattleboro films.
This is a new project for them and they are just getting started. Bill Holiday explained to me that they had been given a big box of family films, and are currently in the process of having them digitized. The goal is to get 4k transfers for high-quality digital use. A few test reels were on display and they were amazing.
The Architecture + Design FREE Film Series continues with THE BLACK MUSEUM at 118 Elliot, 118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Doors open at 6:00 pm. Films are free and open to the public.
On Saturday, April 7, 2018 @5:00 pm WWAC joins HOST, Haiti Orphanage Sponsorship Trust, in presenting a special event “An Introduction to Haiti Today.” The talk, screening and dinner by donation will be held at Centre Congregational Church, Memorial Hall,193 Main St, Brattleboro, VT
HOST is a small, grassroots non-profit based in Vermont that has been partnering with Foyer Evangelique Orphanage in Haiti since 2010 to provide food, education, medical attention and other essentials to the children at the orphanage.The speaker is Rose Albert, a motivated and dynamic young woman who was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The film is “Serenade for Haiti,” a documentary feature which finds a story of transcendence and great humanity as the children and faculty of the Sainte Trinité Music School turn to music after a devastating earthquake.