SOUTH BURLINGTON Now what? Now that the Boston Red Sox have been eliminated from the World Series, whats a die-hard Red Sox fan supposed to do? How about attending the 19th Vermont International Film Festival (VIFF), the worlds oldest environmental and human rights festival? Thats not as incongruous as it sounds. VIFF is currently redefining its community mission, and one of this years featured films was High and Outside, a documentary about former Red Sox pitcher, Bill Spaceman Lee. The film traces Lees baseball pedigree, looks at his union activism, and uncovers his poignant political awakening. Lee will be inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame Nov. 7. He holds the record for most games pitched by a Red Sox southpaw (321). Lee himself was on hand for a question and answer session after the initial screening on Oct. 24 at the Palace 9 Cinema. In case youre wondering no World Series game was scheduled for Oct. 24. But was there really any New England fans who wanted to watch the Philadelphia Phillies play against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays? The VIFF was held at the Palace 9 and at Burlingtons Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center. The 2008 festival presented work by Vermont filmmakers and included a special showcase of college and university student films, and a select program of films from around the world.