Last week the increasingly tech-sawy Champlain College announced its latest innovative major: digital filmmaking. The new Bachelor of Science degree allows students to focus on four genres - narrative/dramatic, documentary, experimental or industrial/educational. Its co-directors are Karen Klove and Nancy Kerr. The filmmaking program joins other hip curricula in electronic game development and multimedia design and broadcasting . . . Where's the wisely witty Mark Twain when you need him? Next week, hell be in Essex Junction. On Wednesday, November 28, the Brownell Library presents "Mark Twain Talks: Advice to Humanity." Of course, "America's greatest humorist" isn't exactly taking the stage - he died in 1910. In his place is Bern Budd, an impersonator based in Marshfield, Mass., who's been traveling with his one-Twain show since 2002, according to his website, www.marktwaintalks.com.
GREAT APING The recent documentary My Kid Could Paint That chronicles the strange case of a 4-year-old whose parents sold her abstract paintings to the tun...