Our Earth, We Dig It!

Hey east coasters, or perhaps, you know someone on the east coast?  We think this will be an incredible opportunity for New York, Vermont, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Freedom Gardeners to meet up.

Let’s not make this a inactive screening occasion but a proactive one where you come out educated and inspired — meetup, swap and grow!

Since we can’t be there, we are relying on YOU to bring the passion of this homegrown revolution to this venue.   You’ll be our eyes, ears and mouth!  I mean, it’s kinda hard for us to generate excitement over a film about, well, us.  So if you are absolutely, positively excited then we’ll leave it up to you to generate some waves over this documentary.

If you like to organize this event that includes a group photo everyone wearing their Freedom Garden badges and homegrown produce you’ll receive a FREE Homegrown Revolution tshirt.

Like I said, we won’t be there because we’ll be doing all what the film’s about – urban farming; however, the director will read a statement from Farmer D which will personally address all those of you who show up to watch this “proactive and intimate look at one family’s urban farm.”

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Farming the Future: Farm Life on Long Island
Green Screens
Monday, Nov. 3, 6:00 p.m.

A panel with filmmakers Robert Rudaitis and Robert McFalls, producer Sarah Rudaitis, and the founders of Long Island’s Garden of Eve Farm, Chris and Eve Kaplan-Walbrecht, will follow the screening. A reception will follow the event, where fresh, organic produce will be on sale.

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Mon Nov 3: 6*
*Post-screening Q&A followed by a reception in the Furman Gallery

$11 public
$8 senior (62+)
$7 Film Society member & student (w/ID), child (6-­12, accompanied by adult)

Please note: there is a $1.25 service charge per ticket ordered online and cash only transactions at the box office.

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