Hosted by Suzanne Nance and Maine humorist Tim Sample, and filmed at Gracie Theater at Husson University in Bangor, Christmas in Maine brings together artists from Maine and beyond to celebrate the holidays through music and storytelling. From Christmas classics to Maine holiday traditions, this program promises something for everyone!
This film highlights the role Dartmouth College has played in the rise of the ski indutry.
Christmas Greetings From Aroostook is a special featuring the unique holiday sights and sounds of The County.
Together In Time: A Story of New England Contra Music and Dance uses a wealth of rare archival films, animation, and traditional New England fiddle music to tell a 250-year history of an enduring form of community music and dance.
This compilation shows newsreel and amateur footage of ice harvesting operations in Maine and includes ice-house interiors with massive ice blocks being maneuvered at high speed, and horse teams delivering ice to brownstones in Boston.
Follow a group of environmentalist, regulators and natural resource managers as they tour aquaculture farms along Maine’s coast.
Follow the rivers of New England and there you’ll find the Franco-Americans…
Painter Hyman Bloom is one of the forefathers of abstract art in America. The film highlights a body of work that is a vibrant manifestation of Bloom’s imagination and his dedication to envision what others didn’t dare.
MPBN Community Films offers the tale of an elderly widow who returns to Boothbay Harbor for the first time since the death of her husband.
Several young people share their struggles with opiate abuse as one family is confronted with the overdose of their son, Will Gates, a University of Vermont student.
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