Lorien Crow, from the Woodbury-Middlebury Patch, wrote about the documentary filmed at Video World which examines the dying culture of video stores.
Ben Churchill’s documentary “Video World” was released Friday, a film that chronicles the “life and death of video stores” starting with one local favorite. For locals, Video World was a landmark. It wasn’t just the place you went to rent videos, it was the place where you met up with friends before grabbing a pizza, asked for recommendations from the friendly employees, chatted with fellow movie lovers, and maybe tried to weasel out of a late charge or two.
Churchill grew up in Woodbury and worked at Video World in the late 90’s because of his interest in film. He went on to work in radio, television, and film, and moved to the West Coast. But when he heard Video World was closing in 2010, he asked the owner, Ed Kaczynski, to film a documentary during the final days of the store’s 23 years in business…
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