Rep. Ken Fredette, Chelsea Ray and Susan Pinette will discuss Franco-Americans in Maine, and their concern for preservation of their French culture and language.
This is a film about a small close-knit community in rural Maine (pop. 845) that must deal with the devastating news that it has become the smallest community in America to lose two sons in the Iraqi War.
You can’t always predict when magic will happen. But there are places you can go with a reasonable expectation. This is a look at one of those places. It is about the communities of Gouldsboro, Prospect Harbor, Corea and Winter Harbor, Maine.
Growing up Bowdoinham is a film by Jeff Fischer about childhood in Bowdoinham, Maine, as told in interviews of 16 people, ages 9 to 97.
Maple Meadow Farm shows a year in the life of the Gregg family on a four hundred acre farm in Mapleton, Maine where three generations of Country folk still work the land and forest using workhorses.
This MPBN Community Films piece is about the unsung heroism of the Lighthouse Keepers and their courage and sacrifices to keep the lights burning. These sentinels mark the waters of southern Maine’s Casco Bay.
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