Filmmaker Andrew Sherburne ’01’s latest documentary feature, Saving Brinton, premiered at the American Film Institute’s prestigious AFI DOCS film festival in June 2017. The film then debuted in September at the World’s Oldest Movie Theatre in Washington, Iowa, followed by nine screenings throughout Iowa and the heartland. Saving Brinton is the story of an eccentric Iowa collector who uncovered five hours of film from the early 1900s that once belonged to Frank Brinton, one of America’s most successful barnstorming, moving-picture exhibitors. In October the film premiered in Arkansas at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Sherburne produced and co-directed the film. Watch the trailer at vimeo.com/217176850 or visit the official website at savingbrinton.com.