‘HOMEGROWN’ FILM SCREENINGS

We just received word from the Producer of HomeGrown (a documentary about our family’s 21st century urban homestead) that the film will be showing in St Louis and New York this November!

Sheesh, ya’ll get a chance to see the film before we do.

The screenings will be open to the public and tickets are available.  So spread the word around via blogs, message boards, emails and in your community.

Unfortunately, since we in fact urban farmers, we won’t be there in person but if any of our readers end up going we really love photos, first hand accounts and reviews of the event.  You’ll be our eyes, ears on the ground. We’ll post them on the website!

So, if you are planning on going please comment below and shout out what city you are in – perhaps use this opportunity to meet fellow PTF readers and fellow Freedom Gardeners.

NEW YORK

Green Screens will take place on
November 3rd at 6:00 PM
at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center (65th & Broadway)
It will be the second of two one hour films shown that evening

There’s even rumors that Jay & Molly who produced the score for the film may make it down to this screening.

ST LOUIS

St. Louis International Film Festival
Screening date & time yet to be determined
(though it will be in mid November)

Any further screening and distribution inquires should be made to the producer

He’d like to hear from you and your city!

Comments(4)

  1. Will Williams says:

    Will the film be released on DVD or is there a way for people in the country to see it?

  2. Will Williams says:

    Will the film be released on DVD or is there a way for people in the country to see it?

  3. Jeni Yamada says:

    Wow. I just saw “Homegrown,” the documentary, at the Maryland Film Festival and was very moved. I was touched not only by your urban homestead and all that you are doing, but by your family and the incredible warmth and love among you. I particularly loved the individual portraits of each of you. Your father made the excellent point in the film about how this is how families used to live…together and in support of one another.

    For some time now I have wanted to learn to do what you are doing. Seeing how you have done it without having to wait for the (pipe) dream of getting a large piece of land, is completely and totally inspirational. Thank you so much.

  4. Jeni Yamada says:

    Wow. I just saw “Homegrown,” the documentary, at the Maryland Film Festival and was very moved. I was touched not only by your urban homestead and all that you are doing, but by your family and the incredible warmth and love among you. I particularly loved the individual portraits of each of you. Your father made the excellent point in the film about how this is how families used to live…together and in support of one another.

    For some time now I have wanted to learn to do what you are doing. Seeing how you have done it without having to wait for the (pipe) dream of getting a large piece of land, is completely and totally inspirational. Thank you so much.

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