Deb Ellis's folder for Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie (29.17 gigs) contains:
-An interview with Senator Patrick Leahy at the Vermont State House, Sept. 6, 2008.
-3 short films made for Deb Ellis' documentary class at University of Vermont, and given to us to use in Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie, which we did, in part 2. One film is on The Saint Albans Raid and two on smuggling. One is a short narrative film, made in 2010, with stills
-Footage of Alan Dater and Lisa Merton at their home studio in Marlboro Vermont (8.76 gigs) shot in 2011
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