Documentary: SEEDS OF CHANGE to air on Connecticut Public Television

An organic farmer in Maine sets out to transform the Prison food system. Filmed over the course of two-years, Seeds of Change chronicles the intersecting stories of lifelong farmer Mark McBrine and several incarcerated men as they grow their own food on a five-acre prison garden unlike any other. Nick Callanan, Director of the Maine Outdoor Film Festival […]

New Documentary Film Screening: “The Italian Factor” 1890s NYC Sculptors: The Piccirilli Brothers

Fairfield University Art Museum 200 Barlow Road, Fairfield

On Thursday, April 18 at 5 p.m. in the Diffley Board Room, Bellarmine Hall, filmmaker Eduardo Montes-Bradley will present his new documentary, The Italian Factor, about the Italian-born Piccirilli brothers, who sculpted many important important monuments in New York including the lions that grace the entrance to New York Public Library. The screening is presented by Fairfield University's Italian […]

Film Screening and Facilitated Discussion: ‘Origin’: Directed by Ava DuVernay

Real Art Ways 56 Arbor Street, Hartford

Join is for a captivating evening as YWCA Hartford Region, in partnership with Real Art Ways, presents the “Origin” Screening & Discussion event! This event is FREE for all, but registration is strongly encouraged. Secure your spot today and be part of a dynamic conversation exploring the root of racism and building bridges to equity. […]

Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour

Clinton Town Hall 54 East Main Street, Clinton

Wild & Scenic is a film festival with a purpose, bringing together storytellers and stories that reflect a love and appreciation of the natural world. The evening will feature a series of short award-winning environmental and adventure films from around the world. Festival-goers will see 11 short films about nature, community activism, adventure, conservation, water, […]

$35