For the Love of Rutland
Season 10 Episode 2 | 1h 24m 24s | WETA Passport
An attempt to bring Syrian refugees to invigorate the economically struggling and predominantly white town of Rutland, VT unleashes deep partisan rancor. Despite a lifetime of feeling invalidated and shamed for her poverty and addiction, long-time Rutland resident, Stacie, emerges as an unexpected and resilient leader in a town divided by class, cultural values and political leanings.
Aired: 03/03/22 | Expires: 03/02/26 |
Extras From This Episode
For the Love of Rutland | Growing Up Black in Vermont
Clip: S10 Ep2 | 1m 7s
For the Love of Rutland | Preview
Preview: S10 Ep2 | 30s
For the Love of Rutland | The Opioid Crisis In Vermont
Clip: S10 Ep2 | 1m 8s
S10 Ep9 | 1h 8m 28s
La Manplesa: An Uprising Remembered
S10 Ep8 | 52m 16s
Any Given Day
S10 Ep7 | 1h 24m 30s | WETA Passport
More Indie Films Shows
- Independent Lens
Independent Lens is America’s home for independent documentary film.
Independent filmmakers present unique stories and characters with a point of view.
- Local, USA
Local, USA features fascinating stories of diverse people, curated around a single theme.
- Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond
A series of seven shorts that reflect the complexities of Asian American experiences.
- REEL SOUTH
A documentary series reckoning with the South's past, present, and future.
- PBS Short Film Festival
PBS Short Film Festival showcases powerful stories from independent filmmakers.