Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger: Vermont International Film Festival Tribute to George Stoney, Father of Public-Access Television

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Mayor Miro Weinberger promotes a tribute by the Vermont International Film Festival (VTIFF) to George Stoney, documentary filmmaker, educator, and father of public-access television. Weinberger is joined at the event by Orly Yadin, filmmaker and executive director of the VTIFF, Lauren-Glenn Davitian, executive director of CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, and Doreen Kraft, executive director of Burlington City Arts.

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