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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Drew, Jesse

Spectres of the spectrum
Set in a blighted Nevada outpost in 2007, a telepathic father and daughter lead a group of media outlaws in resistance against a corporate/governmental "New Electronic Order" that threatens to use the earth's magnetosphere to "bulk erase" the brains of every human on the planet. The only way to save humanity is to uncover a secret lodged in an old episode of the 1950s series Science in Action. A montage of fact and fiction, the film combines live-action with segments from early TV shows, industrial and educational films, Hollywood movies, advertisements and cartoons.
DVD 3496
Vermont speaks for itself a multi-media presentation with tapes, slides, interviews with Vermonters and original country music /
Vermont Speaks For Itself is a 1973 social justice multi-media documentary project produced and distributed by the Vermont Media Collective in the mid-1970s. The documentary uses extensive interviews with Vermonters to illustrate the economic and social conditions faced by Vermont's low-income and working people during that period, backed with additional narration that highlights research and proposes solutions. The film depicts the economic and personal impact of the decline of the family farm and local business for many Vermonters, caused by large development corporations and real estate investors. A traditional string band sound track recorded by local performers accentuates the project. This film was originally produced as a slide-show accompanied by a separate audio track. In 1976, the slide show was transferred to the 16mm BW film format. In 2016, the film was digitized and released on DVD.
DVD 12169