As her small, blue-collar city struggles to emerge from the opioid epidemic and gets caught up in battles over change, identity, and self-mythology, Stacie Griffin – a remarkable and resilient woman who lives in the toughest neighborhood of the heroin-battered town of Rutland, Vermont – relates her story with candor and honesty.
Dates: Thursday, August 27 – Sunday, August 30
Time: All hours
Access to the film: Fest Pass or Ticket
Viewing Limited: Vermont residents only
Q&A with Filmmaker: Available during Festival
Director: Jennifer Maytorena Taylor
Producer: Jennifer Maytorena Taylor
Genre: Documentary Feature
Length: 91 min
SPECIAL NOTE OF THANKS: This screening is supported by the Shouldice Family, whose Irish immigrant roots are six generations deep in Rutland.