Vermont PBS and RETN partner to air four films from the National Film Board of Canada. All four films provide unique views and explore the interesting people of Montreal. Dubbed “Of Montreal,” the series is an exploration of various aspects of life and culture in Montreal.
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This film uses the example of Montreal’s 1885 smallpox epidemic to conceive what may happen under similar circumstances in the modern day. April 6 at 7 pm.
Fourteen filmmakers recorded multiple stories in the Montreal neighborhood of Saint- Henri. The resulting film is a touching, funny and fascinating day-in-the-life of an eclectic community. April 13 at 7 pm.
This informal black-and-white portrait of Leonard Cohen shows him at age 30 on a visit to his hometown of Montreal, where the poet, novelist and songwriter comes "to renew his neurotic affiliations." April 20 at 7 pm.
What began as a student protest against racism evolves into one of the most contested episodes in a nation’s history when riot police storm the occupied ninth floor computer lab at Sir George Williams University in the turbulent 1960s. April 27 at 7 pm.
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