The folder, Robin Lloyd, stored on Nora_raid6, contains all the footage and final cut pro project file for Robin Lloyd's segment for Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie, about the Green Mountain Parkway in Part 2 of the Vermont Movie, Beneath The Surface. This includes reenactments, with actors portraying a newspaper office, a storekeeper, a farmer, a naturalist and shots from an airplane flying over the Green Mountains. It also contains Vermont State House shots, and archival footage of a Vermont town meeting in the 1940s (Pittsford?). Also includes stills from the original Green Mountain parkway plans from the landscape architects who designed the parkway (that was never built, because it was voted down in a referendum at town meeting).Also contains audio for an improvised town meeting with local actors.
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