No­body like Nol

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A packed Lit­tle Wash­ing­ton The­atre crowd paid trib­ute Sun­day af­ter­noon to renowned Rap­pa­han­nock met­al­smith Nol Put­nam, while be­ing treated to the pre­miere screen­ing of “Forg­ing Art — Nol Put­nam, Artist Black­smith,” a doc­u­men­tary of Nol’s myr­iad achieve­ments di­rected and pro­duced by Rap­pa­han­nock film­mak­ers Matthieu and Tracy Mazza, seen here with the hon­oree (left). Ad­di­tional doc­u­men­tary cred­its in­clude Louis Ce­lano, ed­i­tor; Juli­ette Mazza, sec­ond cam­era; orig­i­nal mu­sic score Karen John­son, C flute and bass flute, and Christo­pher Brown, elec­tric bass and syn­the­sizer. Be­low, from left, event mod­er­a­tor Theresa Wood and Q&A host Max Richt­man speak about Nol and his faith­ful com­pan­ion, Jack.

BY FOR­REST MAR­QUISEE

BY MATTHIEU MAZZA

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