Oct. 15 & 16: 2010 Hardwick Fall Film Festival!

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Posted: September 23, 2010

Embedded in the very word “agriculture” is our own underlying culture, the human values that inspire and motivate our lives.

Independent Vermont filmmakers have explored these issues with a creative honesty and four of their works can be seen on October 15 and 16 in the 2010 HARDWICK FALL FILM FESTIVAL at the Hardwick Town House. The festival has been organized by Harriet Wood and David Rodgers and is sponsored by the Center for an Agricultural Economy.

Friday, October 15th: “My Mother’s Early Lovers”, by Nora Jacobson, 8 PM
Saturday, October 16th:
“Man With a Plan”, 4 PM, by John O’Brien
“Neighbors”, 6 PM, by Meredith Holch
“The Summer of Walter Hacks”, 8 PM, by George Woodard/ Gerianne Smart

The films will all be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers and in the case of “My Mother’s Early Lovers”, by the author of the novel that the film was patterned after, and possibly the filmmaker as well. This will be the only chance to see the latest film of George Woodard, which can only be screened at film festivals. The films are all made in Vermont with Vermont actors and locations and the theme of rural Vermont connects them.

In addition, there will be a special exhibit of Vermont landscapes and barns by Michael Jermyn in the gallery at the Town House.

Tickets will be available at the door an hour before each screening. $6.00 per film or $18.00 for the entire series. No checks or credit cards. For more information call (802) 456-8708.
Images are stills from:
Meredith Holch “Neighbors”
Nora Jacobson’s “My Mother’s Early Lovers” George Woodard and Sue Ball

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