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Mar 30, 2019

WATCH SCOUT FILMS: All Films Available for Streaming 
Happy Spring! We celebrate the season by sharing our outstanding 2019 festival program!

Visit the official selections page on our website and/or head over to (and FOLLOW) our Vimeo channel to watch ANY of our films ANY time! You can revisit your favorite films from 2019 and discover some new favorites from this year and years passed.

LEARN ABOUT SCOUT FILMMAKERS: Relaunch of Filmmaker Instagram Takeover Series 
We are thrilled to have Writer, Producer, and Actor from the United Kingdom, Emmeline Hartley, kick off this year's Filmmaker Instagram Takeover Series this Monday, April 1-6! No foolin'!

Emmeline's short, After Party, was nominated for Best Narrative Film in the 19 to 24 Year Old Category. A horror film with a twist ending, After Party was (obviously) a Scout Staff, Screening Committee, and Jury favorite!

Logline: Four girls wake up in a strange and terrifying room as all hell breaks loose. Will they escape or are they merely fulfilling their purpose?

Tune in on Monday to learn more about Emmeline, her film(s), technique, life in the UK... And, please follow, like, comment and share!

In partnership with Vermont PBS for the second year in a row, we have curated a special selection of Scout films (list below) to air on the following dates and times (EST):

04/25/2019 - 7PM - Vermont PBS 
04/28/2019 - 2PM - Vermont PBS 
04/29/2019 - 9PM - Vermont PBS Plus

As we enjoy a completely global audience, most of whom will not be within television viewing range, the showcase will also be available to stream on the Made Here web page starting the day of the premiere (April 25).

Showcase Films: 
Big Cats, Documentary by Maddie Kern, Stowe, VT, USA
Dieu Merci: The Story of Michele Rodri, Documentary by Xenia Bernal, Fiona Fortunato, Ziggy Hicks, Grace Ma, and Idealis McZeal, produced y The Righteous Conversations Project, a collaboration of Holocaust Survivors and teens, during Harvard-Westlake Summer Film, USA
Growing Alice, Drama by Danilo Zambrano, Ireland
Shoot, Drama by Vojta Komarek and Ondra Nedvěd, Czech Republic
Soaring Soldiers, Drama (Winner Best actor and Best Overall Film) by Cecilie Elmholt Skou through Station Next, Denmark
Where The Buffalo Roamed, Documentary by Noah Mihan (from Stowe, VT) and Princeton Conservation Society, USA
Thank you to Vermont PBS for being a valuable partner, for your continued interest in and support of Scout Film Festival and for embracing youth, passion, craft and the significant impact of local and global storytelling.

Scout Film Festival 2020 news and call for entries dates coming soon!

Local Love, Global Love. 
Your Scout Team

Scout Film Festival

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.
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