This week on Local 44 Morning Brew, Champlain College professor of film making Julia Swift reviewed one of the films being featured in this year’s Vermont International Film Festival, called The Nile Hilton Incident.
The film will be playing on Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. at the Main Street Landing Black Box in Burlington.
The narrative thriller follows a police man investigating the killing of a woman at the Nile Hilton Hotel in the days before the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
The film is directed by Tarik Saleh and runs 110 minutes.
The Vermont International Film festival begins Oct. 20 and runs for ten days. You can find out more here.