This folder, Mira Niagolova, on Nora_Raid6, contains all the footage Mira Niagolova shot for her film, Welcome to Vermont, sections of which were used in Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie. The folder contains 151.1 gigs of footage, which includes all the interviews she did, as well as final cut pro project files. It also contains archival news footage from the BBC of refugees, and footage from Footage Farm (?) of Alexander Solzhenitsyn arriving in the US (LN501-654a)
It also contains the final exported cut of her film, and a trailer of her completed film;
The interviews are of Jean Luc, Muslim family, Ramiz from Bosnia, and others, Greg Sharrow of the Vermont Folklife Center, Bosnian cultural activities, Flynn exhibit, a muslim mosque, and praying, Judy Scott and shots at the Vermont refugee resettlement center,
The folder also contains footage of Mira and Nora Jacobson (shot by Nora), eating Bulgarian food, prepared by Mira at her home in Essex. This footage is also in Nora's folder.
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