Vermont Connections

Relation to Vermont: The production of Made in Vermont has presented our team with an opportunity to  build community. Throughout our making of the movie, we support and celebrate Vermont and Vermonters by the boosting of patronage to businesses, providing opportunity for the showcasing of talent, and by cinematically bringing Vermont landscape, architecture and its people to the big screen. We are exclusively using Vermont talent, locations, and musicians. We actively network via phone call, email, personal visits and social media to express our gratitude and to bring awareness and notoriety to the many individuals and businesses contributing to this film. We have been featured in a WCAX News Production in their “Made in Vermont” series, and we have a supportive and growing fan base on our Facebook page.

Some local Vermont “celebrities” that have appeared so far are:

  • Rusty DeWees, Vermont Actor
  • Scott Fleishman WCAX Sports Reporter and Anchor
  • Lewis Franco, musician
  • Robert Ide, former Commissioner of Vermont DMV
  • Tim Kavanagh, Vermont Film producer, actor and entertainer
  • Eva McKend, former WCAX-TV News Anchor
  • Burr Morse, Morse Farm, Montpelier
  • Tom Stevens, Vermont State Representative


  • Angelino’s Restaurant – Montpelier
  • Backstage Pub and Restaurant – Essex Jct.
  • Coffee Corner-Montpelier
  • Curtis Pond-Maple Corner
  • Department of Motor Vehicles – South Burlington
  • East Fairfield Community Center
  • Waterbury Festival Playhouse Studio
  • East Fairfield homes, sugar house and mountain views
  • Experience Yoga studio-Milton
  • Groton State Park-Groton
  • Orange County Sheriff’s jail – Chelsea
  • Lakefront property of the Ted Smith family- Milton
  • Milton Boat Launch-Milton
  • Story Barn-Cambridge
  • The home and farm of an anonymous donor – Braintree
  • The Howard Center-Burlington
  • The Stowe Street Emporium-Waterbury
  • Unitarian Church – Montpelier
  • Washington County Sheriff’s parking lot – Montpelier