A Vermont Romance

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A Vermont Romance is 100 years old in 2016! The first feature film shot in Vermont and funded by The Vermont Progressive Party in 1916 has been newly restored and remastered by VAMP, The Vermont Archive Movie Project, featuring a new musical score performed by Bob Merrill. This broadcast premiere of a landmark film is certainly a thematic tie-in to Vermont PBS's own 50th anniversary in 2017.



 

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  • Organ
  • State Trooper
  • Unspoken
  • Stations
  • The Land
  • Nosey Parker
  • Vermont Is For Lovers
  • Champlain College Student Showcase Fall 2016
  • Emerging Artists - The Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans
  • Peter Miller - The Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans
  • The Artists Of Frog Hollow
  • Lambing Season
  • Lilac Ridge Life on a Family Farm
  • "A Lyric" - a digitally animated short based on the poem
  • I see Fish People
  • Community At The Crossroads: Waterbury
  • Transformations
  • Eben Markowski Elephant
  • Dino
  • Sabra
  • Journey To The American Cinema
  • Bad Robbers
  • Strength of The Storm
  • Dead End Job


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