Scout Film Festival

Non-profit 501(c)3 Organization
Location: Stowe, Vermont and Boston, MA
Biography: Scout Film Festival (Scout) —is a 501c3 non-profit organization that produces an annual international event celebrating emerging filmmakers - aged 24 and under - through film. Our mission is to empower and connect filmmakers and audiences... read on
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Scout Film Festival Summer Film Series
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Jul 21, 2017
Kicking Off Summer Film Series With Films About Growing Up

Stowe VibrancySushi Yoshi and Scout Film Festival present a series of outdoor film screenings to celebrate summer, film and community.

Join us at Sushi Yoshi in Stowe, VT for our first of three outdoor film screenings on Tuesday, July 25 at 8:30pm. We will be showcasing three Scout Film Festival official selections - The Yellow Block by Harrison AllenSilent by Lindsey Hunter and Cycle by Caleb Wild - and the feature film, "Metamorphosis: Junior Year", a film created by High School students from the Palo Alto area, based on the novel by Betsy Franco, Produced by Iris Torres, Tom Franco, and Kim Parker - an Elysium Bandini Studio film.

This outdoor film series combines the mission of Stowe Vibrancy "to create and increase the vibrancy of the Town of Stowe through the enhancement of social and cultural experiences" and Scout's mission to "encourage, connect and celebrate teen filmmakers from all over the world" with Sushi Yoshi's constant presence, support and encouragement of creating social, community-driven gatherings.

You can find details on this and our future screenings here.

We hope to see you there!

Local Love, Global Love 
The Scout Team


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