VIDEO SCREENING OF ‘SENSES OF PLACE’ SET FOR THURSDAY, MAY 8
MARLBORO, VERMONT – Marlboro College is pleased to announce a film screening of “Senses of Place,” set for Thursday, May 8, at 8 p.m. in the Whittemore Theater.
The first public screening of Matthew Temple and Patrick McMahill's Plan project, “Senses of Place” is a feature-length narrative film about a man's personal struggles as he runs for governor in the state of Vermont. It focuses on the obstacles he encounters during his race for office, leading him to ask what is truly important in life and whether he can remain true to himself if he remains in politics. "Senses of Place" was shot on super 16mm film but will be projected in video for this screening.
The approximate running time is 80 minutes.