Fiber Film Festival

This Fiber Film Festival offers professional short documentaries about community broadband networks and the need to ensure everyone has high-quality Internet access. Please enjoy these films and share them.

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Ammon's Model: The Virtual End of Cable Monopolies

The city of Ammon, Idaho is building the Internet network of the future. Households and businesses can instantly change Internet service providers using a specially-designed innovative portal.

Follow Ammon's cutting-edge approach on ⤏

Do Not Pass Go

Small communities battle monopolistic telecoms over the right to build locally owned gigabit networks. You can organize a Do Not Pass Go screening by following our guide.

The fight for Pinetops is not over. Never miss an update. ⤏

Gig City Sandy: Home of the $60 Gig

Located at the foot of Mount Hood in Oregon, Sandy's municipally-owned full fiber network offers gig Internet service for under $60 to every resident in the city.

This affordable model of high-speed Internet service is possible in every community in the U.S. ⤏

WRAL Documentary: Disconnected

The ability to do business, get an education and get quality health care are becoming increasingly dependent on access to a high-speed Internet connection or broadband. WRAL News reporter and anchor Monica Laliberte narrates "Disconnected," on WRAL-TV, WILM-TV, and ⤏

Dividing Lines

This four-part series uncovers the complex web of political and economic forces to educate stakeholders and catalyze policymaking that elevates the interests of the people over the interests of a handful of corporations. This is a trailer - watch the short films at

We can solve these digital divides together.

The Birth Of Community Broadband

Glasgow, Kentucky, was the first municipal network to deliver broadband to everyone in the community. This town of 14,000 people took a leap of faith in the 1990s and invested in new infrastructure for the future. They set off a movement across the U.S. with hundreds of small towns building their own community networks. Explore the Community Networks Map at ⤏