The Brattleboro Film Festival and the Southern Vermont Young Professionals will join forces to mount Brattleboro’s first “‘Summer Cinema Slam” on August 8, 2015 from 5:30 to 11:30 pm for an outdoor/indoor mini-festival featuring film and filmmakers, music, food and brew at 118 Elliot, 118 Elliot Street in Downtown Brattleboro Vermont.

Event will highlight creative local culinary artists -- Ro's Petite Fete, Dosa Kitchen, Taste of Thai and Vermont Gelato - will present their fine and tasty fare in a private outdoor lot and garden in back. Hermit Thrush, a micro-brewery new to Brattleboro, will serve their distinctive craft beer (and wine) for purchase.

Event opens at 5:30pm, with a Shorts Program getting underway at 6:30pm. After outdoor intermission featuring music from Burlington native and rising star Lowell Thompson, the feature presentation starts at 9 pm.

For Summer Cinema Film Program Details CLICK HERE


MUSIC with Lowell Thompson

Lowell Thompson is a musician who splits his time between Burlington, VT and Austin, TX. Dan Bolles of Seven Days calls him a “A young tunesmith transformed into a true artistic force.” Big Heavy World says Thompson is "The most genuine sort of musician out there.” Rolling Stone magazine calls his music “Inspired Alt-Country.”

Any way you cut it, Thompson’s work speaks for itself and has been vetted by his fellow musicians—hand picked to share stages with the likes of Graham Parker, Justin Townes Earle, and Dawes. His latest effort entitled Stranger’s Advice was released in January 2015 and is being met with critical acclaim.





Event will showcase the talents of local culinary artists -- Ro's Petite FeteDosa KitchenTaste of Thai and Vermont Gelato -- who will present their tasty fare in a private outdoor lot and garden behind the exhibition space. 

Hermit Thrush, Brattleboro’s new micro-brewery, will serve its distinctive craft beer (and wine) for purchase as well. Check them out! 



The event is a fundraiser for BFF, tickets available for purchase online.

Buy tickets:

Early bird price is $10 per ticket until July 25, $15 after July 25 and at the door starting at 5:30 pm. “Early Bird” buyers can also get tickets at Everyone’s Books, 25 Elliot Street, until July 25. The ticket price covers the entire event, but is not good for re-entry. If seats are available, “Second Show” tickets will be made available at the door at 8:00 pm for $10.  Ticket prices do not cover any food or drink purchases. Those who intend to drink alcohol at the event must bring ID.