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Whitman Mamayek’s New Short: “My Hats”

At Brio, Witty is probably our best dressed intern and always wears a new hat every other week. He doesn’t talk, but he has played Ovoo the alien and a......
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Patrick Levasseur’s New Short: “The Patrick Trap”.

What do you like about the movie  “The Parent Trap”?It was about family and liked the whole idea that they didn’t know they had a twin.The story is that they......
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Jake Crafts New Short Film: “The Traveling Man”

Brio intern, Jake Crafts, presents his new short “The Traveling Man”, it’s about his trips around the world with his family. We asked him a few questions about the film:......
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Peter Awerbuch’s Short: Hey Siri!

For the One Minute or So Film Festival, Brio intern Peter Awerbuch short is about his favorite companion (besides his Dad) : his iPhone. Peter’s fictional sci-fi film, is about......

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Winchester’s En Ka Fair

This video is about the history of the En Ka Fair with Mabs Harris and her daughter, Kate Carpini remembering the fairs past, and Carrie Sue Baker and Ann Hibbard tell us what goes into making the present day fair happen. Brio interns Sebastion Chroscinski and Will Macannuco.
The En Ka Society is a volunteer organization comprised of more than 200 women in Winchester. En Ka annually provides thousands of “woman hours” to Winchester non-profit organizations. Each En Ka member supports the efforts of the En Ka Exchange, a clothing consignment store located at 1037 Main Street in Winchester, and the En Ka Fair.

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