Preview & discussThe House I Live In.
The 40 year old War on Drugs is the longest conflict in American History. 45 million arrests and the US the world’s largest jailer. The film explores the human rights implications of the country’s least winnable war.
Preview & discussThe Graduates
Pressing issues in education today are explored through the eyes of a diverse array of Latino and Latina adolescents from across the United States in this eye-opening documentary on the challenges facing both the students and their families.
For more information about the film, visit http://itvs.org/films/graduates.
VPT is bringing Community Cinema to your community. It is currently presented in Burlington at the Fletcher Free Library, Johnson at Johnson State College, Middlebury at the Ilsley Public Library, Montpelier at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Rutland at the Rutland Free Library and St. Johnsbury at Catamount Arts.
Preview & discuss The Life of Muhammad
This film takes a historical look at the world and beliefs of Muhammad.
Meet some extraordinary women in Vermont.
VPT Board meeting.
The public is welcome.
More information: 1-800-639-7811
Catch a ride on the Dinosaur Train Submarine and dive into an underwater adventure with your favorite Pteranodan family in an all-new special from Dinosaur Train. “Submarine Adventure” will feature four new stories all about sea creatures that lived long ago.
This event is free and open to the public.
Join Vermont Public Television and FRONTLINE for an interactive online screening to discuss two documentaries on the experience, diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury in sports. Dr. Kalev Freeman, Director of Emergency Medicine Research, Fletcher Allen Health Care, will be on hand to answer questions and provide the latest medical news on TBI.
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Calling all filmmakers ages 10-30 who live or go to school in Vermont! Win cash prizes and share your work on Vermont PBS and at film festivals statewide in the 2017 Freedom & Unity TV Vermont Youth Film Contest. Visit freedomandunitytv.org for details. Deadline is March 26, 2017.
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