‘Baato’ screens on the Large Image Theater

A collaboration with Phantom Theater

The Large Image Theater and Cafe in Waitsfield, VT will host a particular screening of the function documentary “Baato | ” on October 15, forward of the movie’s digital launch on October 18. Filmed in japanese Nepal by New York filmmakers Kate Stryker and Lucas Millard, and sound-mixed in Vermont by Roger Stauss at Sugarhouse Soundworks, the documentary movie BAATO (n. [Nepali] 1. paths, trails; 2. means; 3. street) is a clear-eyed chronicle of the development of a trans-national freeway in Nepal, and of the various totally different dimensions that come into play with an infrastructural mission of this scale, each macro and micro.



The movie showcases Mikma and her household’s winter migration by foot from their village excessive within the Himalayas to promote native medicinal vegetation in lowland city markets. Although nonetheless solely partially full, the brand new freeway will rework this roadless Himalayan valley completely and open up a direct transport route between Nepal and China bringing new challenges, new alternatives, and in the end a brand new means of being to those that dwell alongside its path.

This documentary movie is a deep dive right into a lifestyle that’s within the midst of a gradual and chaotic, but inexorable transition.

This screening constitutes the primary of a number of deliberate occasions to come back to the Mad River Valley which are a joint effort between Large Image and Phantom Theater. Whereas the Edgcomb Barn serves because the hub for Phantom Theater’s summer season occasions, the Large Image would be the winter dwelling for some extra cultural occasions.

Filmmakers Kate Stryker and Lucas Millard might be in particular person for the screening. A small casual filmmaker reception will precede the movie within the related bar/restaurant on the Large Image from 6:30 pm and there might be a Q&A to comply with. Movie showtime is 7 pm on Saturday, October 15. Tickets can be found on the field workplace and a part of the proceeds will go to a charity in Nepal.

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