Middlebury Five-O: Jackie Mason

The host, Officer mason, interviews his mother in her home in Brighton,
England. A delightful and thoroughly engaging show, in which Jackie talks
about growing up in a working class environment, struggling to get by. She
describes her family with obvious love and impish mischief, relating
inspiring tales of supplementing the family income harvesting fruit from
neighbors gardens, and seeing her beloved pet bunnies hanging on hooks in
the butcher’s shop window walking home from school one day. A charming
glimpse into the life of this woman who has faced tremendous hardship, yet
emerged filled with compassion and humor. Recorded 9/1/16.

Producer: Jennifer Molineaux

Middlebury Five-O: David Purvis

A special, on location edition of the show filmed in the sunny, English seaside resort town of Brighton – known for its history of royal debauchery, organized crime, 1960s gang violence, and fabulous gay pride parades. Dave, who, among his other talents and accolades is a cousin of the host, talks about growing up British, relating amusing anecdotes from his childhood and sharing his insights regarding his beloved home town. Recorded 9/1/16.

Producer: Jennifer Molineaux

MNFF 2016 Panel: The Changing Face of Journalism in the Age of New Media

“Page One: Inside The New York Times” chronicles the transformation of the media industry at its time of greatest turmoil. After the screening, Hamilton Boardman, Sr. Editor of The New York Times and publisher of the online edition, talks with Jay Craven on how The New York Times has further evolved since the film’s release in 2011. The conversation expands to a panel, “The Changing Face of Journalism in the Age of New Media,” with participants including Hamilton Boardman; Lindsay Crouse, Coordinating Producer, Op Docs, The New York Times; John Nichols, The Nation; Angelo Lynn, Publisher, Addison Independent; Paula Routly, Publisher, Seven Days; John Van Hoesen, Senior VP/Chief Content Officer, VPR. Moderated by Jay Craven. Recorded 8/28/16.
Producer: MCTV

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