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I'm Not Racist...Am I? Film Panel Discussion October 19, 2020

A discussion panel after a livestreamed screening of the documentary film, "I'm Not Racist...Am I?" Panel includes Keyedrya Jacobs, Catherine Wigginton, Andre Robert Lee, and Amy McMahan. This video does not contain the movie, but does include the trailer to provide some context. More information about the movie can be found at http://notracistmovie.com/.

The Second Annual Lights! Camera! Greenfield! 2020

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Virtual Kick-Off can be found HERE.

The Second Annual Lights! Camera! Greenfield! is HERE!!!

Steve Alves Film Collection to Air on GCTV

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Steve Alves has granted permission to allow broadcast of his film Food for Change on Greenfield Community Television.  The film portrays a brief history of the Franklin Community Co-op (Green Fields Market & McCusker’s Market) and showcases food cooperatives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area of Minnesota, an area with the greatest concentration of food co-ops in the United States.

An American Nurse at War

Adapted from a The Arbors at Greenfield press release:

On Tuesday, July 2nd, at 3:00pm at The Arbors at Greenfield, Steven Hooper, great-nephew of Marion McCune Rice & Meg Kupiec, will present "An American Nurse at War".

The 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI is approaching and the poignant story of the courage and patriotism by WWI Red Cross Nurse Marion McCune Rice of Brattleboro, VT, is a fitting way to remember all those who sacrificed their lives.

Steve Alves on GCTV

Award-winning documentary filmmaker, Steve Alves, has granted permission to allow broadcast of his film which recently received an award from the United Nations entitled Food for Change: The Twin Cities Story.   The film portrays a brief history of the Franklin Community Co-op (Green Fields Market & McCusker’s Market), and showcases food  cooperatives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area of Minnesota, an area with the greatest concentration of food co-ops in he United States.

Live, Local, Music

If you haven’t tuned in to “Valley Homegrown” lately, you don’t know what you’re missing!  The show has been on, in various incarnations, since 1997 and many musicians featured on the program are well known today; The Nields and Ray Mason spring immediately to mind, as does Naia Kete.  In fact, of the nineteen winners in this year’s Valley Advocate Grand Band Slam, seven have done live performances in our studio.

Free Occupy Movement Film Showing 3/28/12

From an Occupy Franklin County press release:

Occupy Cinema! is an hour of short films about the Occupy Movement made by activist-participants in various parts of the United States and abroad.  This free screening has been organized by members of Occupy Franklin County.  It will be at the Arts Block, 289 Main Street in Greenfield, starting at 7pm on Wednesday, March 28.  Refreshments will be available from Arts Block.

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