The Christmas Tree Fort

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"The Christmas Tree Fort" is a film based on a true story. A nine year old boy begins collecting thrown away christmas trees to try and hold onto the holiday's sprit, with unintended consequences.  This movie takes it to the streets, starring the children of the Lakota Tribe, from the poorest Indian reservation in America. Is Chrsitmas about one day, or a way of life?

Crow Productions, Education Programs, spiritstrail@yahoo.com

Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead

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Following the news-covered events of Episode Seven, Governor Alvarez has no choice but to call out all available forces to end the Zombie threat in his state. Seeking to use NY as a model for the rest of the country, Martial Law and strict curfews are temporarily imposed for all NY Citizens. Even the Hunters lay low for days at a time, mostly hiding out at Billy's barred-in apartment.

The Folklorist

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The Folklorist is a NE Emmy nominated educational program that offers an imaginative look at some of our world's most iconic and obscure historical events.

This pilot features The Boston Molasses Flood, The Boston Massacre, and New England's Dark Day.

It also features Campfire, a segment aimed to empower young folklorists in the local middle and elementary schools by sharing stories that are meaningful to them.

Produced by Jesse Kreitzer, a staff content producer at NewTV, a community media center and PEG access center in Newton, Massachusetts.

Moliere's Tartuffe

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Davis Senior High School Drama Department presents
"Moliere's Tartuffe"
Translation by Richard Wilbur, Directed by Gwyneth Bruch
Pre-show video & set design by Ian Wallace, Costumes by Sasha Hil,
Lights by Kora Feder, Sound by Christine Alexander.

Recorded March 16, 2012 at the Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Theatre by
Davis Media Access
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