meet
“The next generation
of
American farmers.”

About | FARMLAND

Most Americans have never stepped foot on a farm or ranch or even talked to the people who grow and raise the food we eat. Farmland will take an intimate look at the lives of farmers and ranchers in their ‘20s, all of whom are now responsible for running their farming business.

Through this film from award-winning director, James Moll, you’ll step inside the world of farming for a first-hand glimpse into the lives of young farmers and ranchers. Learn about their high-risk/high reward jobs and passion for a way of life that has been passed down from generation to generation, yet continues to evolve.

Director James Moll traveled across the country meeting young farmers and ranchers. Watch the trailer to catch a glimpse of stories shared during his interviews. 

This film was made with the generous support of the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance ®.

 

The Trailers

 

Find a Theater|Farmland

 

  • To date, Farmland has screened in more than 170 theaters nationwide. Below is the current list of theaters showing the film.
  • Select your state below to find a theater near you.
  • Tickets will be available for purchase approximately one week prior to the showing in each market.
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    MOVIE THEATERS BY STATE

    ALABAMA

    BIRMINGHAM

    MAY 1 | REGAL TRUSSVILLE STADIUM 16

    ALASKA

    ANCHORAGE

    MAY 19 | BEAR TOOTH CINEMA

    ARIZONA

    MARICOPA

    MAY 1 | ULTRASTAR AK-CHIN

    PHOENIX

    MAY 8 | HARKINS THEATRES SHEA 14

    TUCSON

    JUNE 17 | LOFT CINEMAS

    WILCOX

    MAY 2-4 | HISTORIC THEATRE

    ARKANSAS

    ROGERS

    MAY 8 | MALCO TOWNE CINEMA

    CALIFORNIA

    ANAHEIM

    MAY 1 | ULTRASTAR GARDEN WALK

    BAKERSFIELD

    MAY 14 & 17 | THE MAYA 16 CINEMAS

    CALEXICO

    MAY 1 | CALEXICO 10 THEATRES

    CLOVERDALE

    MAY 9-15 | CLOVER THEATER

    LOS ANGELES

    MAY 2 – 8 | ARCLIGHT HOLLYWOOD

    MODESTO

    MAY 1, 2, 5, 6 | STATE THEATER

    PALM SPRINGS

    MAY 1 | ULTRASTAR MARY PICKFORD

    SACRAMENTO

    MAY 1 | CREST THEATRE

    SAN DIEGO

    MAY 1 | REGAL MIRA MESA STADIUM 18

    SAN FRANCISCO

    MAY 8 | LANDMARK CLAY THEATRE

    SAN JOSE

    MAY 14 | CAMERA CINEMAS 3

    COLORADO

    DENVER

    MAY 1 | SIE FILM CENTER

    EADS

    MAY 23, 24, 25 | PLAINS THEATRE

    LIMON

    JULY 4, 5, 6 | LINCOLN THEATRE | BUY TICKETS

    CONNECTICUT

    HARTFORD

    MAY 1 | BOW TIE CINEMAS

    DC

    WASHINGTON, D.C.

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK E-STREET

    FLORIDA

    FORT LAUDERDALE

    MAY 8 | REGAL CINEMAS CYPRESS CREEK

    JACKSONVILLE

    MAY 8 | REGAL RIVER CITY MARKETPLACE STADIUM

    MIAMI

    MAY 8 | HIALEAH 12

    ORLANDO

    MAY 8 | REGAL POINT ORLANDO STADIUM 20

    TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG

    MAY 1 | CARMIKE SUNDIAL 20 (FORMERLY BAYWALK 20)

    WEST PALM BEACH

    MAY 8 | REGAL ROYAL PALM BEACH STADIUM

    GEORGIA

    ATLANTA

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK MIDTOWN ART CINEMA

    MACON

    MAY 2 & 3 | DOUGLASS THEATRE

    ILLINOIS

    ADDISON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS ADDISON CINEMAS

    CHICAGO

    ALL WEEK STARTING MAY 2 | AMC RIVER EAST

    CHICAGO

    JULY 30 | BEVERLY ARTS CENTER

    ELGIN

    MAY 1 | MARCUS CINEMAS ELGIN

    GURNEE

    MAY 1 | MARCUS GURNEE CINEMAS

    ORLAND PARK

    MAY 1 | MARCUS ORLAND PARK CINEMAS

    INDIANA

    INDIANAPOLIS

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK KEYSTONE THEATRE

    OSGOOD

    JUNE 13, 14, 15 | THE DAMM THEATRE

    IOWA

    AMES

    MAY 8 | CINEMARK 12

    CEDAR FALLS

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS COLLEGE SQUARE THEATER

    DECORAH

    JULY 17 & 19 | FRIDLEY THEATRES VIKING 3

    DES MOINES

    MAY 7, 27 | CARMIKE WYNNSONG 16

    DUBUQUE

    JUNE 10, 14 | MINDFRAME THEATRE

    GRUNDY CENTER

    JUNE 13 – 19 | CENTER THEATRE

    HAMPTON

    JULY 11, 13, 15-17 | WINDSOR THEATRE

    INDIANOLA

    JULY 31 & AUGUST 1 | FRIDLEY THEATRES PARAMOUNT 7

    IOWA CITY

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS SYCAMORE MALL

    MARSHALLTOWN

    JUNE 23 & 24 | ORPHEUM THEATRE CENTER

    KANSAS

    ARK CITY

    MAY 8 | COWLEY CINEMA 8

    DODGE CITY

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B VILLAGE 8

    GARDEN CITY

    MAY 8 | SEQUOYAH CINEMA 8

    LIBERAL

    MAY 8 | SOUTHGATE CINEMA 6

    NEWTON

    MAY 8 | CHISHOLM TRAIL 8

    KENTUCKY

    ELIZABETHTOWN

    JUNE 26 | HISTORIC STATE THEATER

    MARYLAND

    BALTIMORE

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK HARBOR EAST

    MASSACHUSETTS

    ARLINGTON

    MAY 4 | REGENT THEATRE

    BOSTON

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK KENDALL SQUARE CINEMA

    MICHIGAN

    BIRCH RUN

    MAY 1 | EMAGINE CINEMA HOLLYWOOD

    DETROIT

    MAY 1 | EMAGINE CANTON

    MINNESOTA

    ELK RIVER

    MAY 1 | MARCUS ELK RIVER THEATRE

    HERMANTOWN

    MAY 1 | MARCUS LAKES THEATRE

    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL

    MAY 8 | LANDMARK LAGOON CINEMA

    OAKDALE

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS CINEMAS-OAKDALE

    WAITE PARK

    MAY 5, 12 | MARCUS THEATRE PARKWOOD

    MISSOURI

    BETHANY

    MAY 2, 5 | BIG TIME CINEMA

    CAPE GIRARDEAU

    AUG 18 & 25 | CAPE WEST 14 CINE | BUY TICKETS

    FESTUS

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B FESTUS 8

    FULTON

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B FULTON CINEMA 8

    GRAIN VALLEY

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B MARKETPLACE CINEMA 8

    HANNIBAL

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B MAIN STREET 8 CINEMA

    LEBANON

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B LEBANON RITZ 8

    LIBERTY

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B LIBERTY 12

    MONETT

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B MONETT PLAZA 8

    OZARK

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B OZARK/NIXA 12

    ST. LOUIS

    MAY 19, 20 | LANDMARK PLAZA FRONTENAC

    WAYNESVILLE

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B WAYNESVILLE CINEMA 8

    MONTANA

    BIG TIMBER

    JUNE 24 & 25 | COTTONWOOD CINEMA

    NEBRASKA

    BELLEVUE

    MAY 1 | MARCUS TWIN CREEK CINEMA

    FREMONT

    JULY 9 | MAIN STREET 7 THEATRE

    GRAND ISLAND

    JUNE 26 | THE HISTORIC GRAND THEATRE

    LINCOLN

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS LINCOLN GRAND CINEMA

    OMAHA

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS VILLAGE POINT CINEMAS

    SCOTTSBLUFF

    MAY 3 & 4 | MIDWEST THEATER

    WAYNE

    MAY 1, 2, 3, 4 | MAJESTIC THEATRE

    NEVADA

    LAS VEGAS

    MAY 1 | REGAL VILLAGE SQUARE STADIUM

    RENO/SPARKS

    JULY 31 | PARK LANE THEATRE

    NEW MEXICO

    ALBUQUERQUE

    MAY 15 | CENTURY RIO 24

    NEW YORK

    ALBANY

    MAY 8 | SPECTRUM 8 THEATRE

    AUBURN

    JUNE 13, 14, 20 & 21 | AUBURN PUBLIC THEATRE

    NEWBURGH

    JUNE 16 | DOWNING FILM CENTER

    NEW YORK

    ALL WEEK STARTING MAY 9 | VILLAGE EAST CINEMA

    NORTH CAROLINA

    CHARLOTTE

    MAY 1 | REGAL STONECREST AT PIPER GLEN STADIUM 22

    STATESVILLE

    JUNE 26, JULY 1 | MARQUEE CINEMAS STATESVILLE 10

    NORTH DAKOTA

    BISMARCK

    JULY 16 | CARMIKE 8

    FARGO

    MAY 1 | MARCUS WEST ACRES CINEMA

    OHIO

    CINCINNATI

    MAY 8 | ESQUIRE THEATER

    COLUMBUS

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS CROSSWOODS CINEMA

    FINDLAY

    MAY 27 | CARMIKE 12

    NEW PHILADELPHIA

    MAY 18, 19, 20 | THE QUAKER CINEMA

    PICKERINGTON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS CINEMAS-PICKERINGTON

    OKLAHOMA

    CLAREMORE

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B CLAREMORE CINEMA 8

    EL RENO

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B RENO CINEMAS 8

    GUYMON

    MAY 8 | NORTHRIDGE CINEMA 8

    SAPULPA

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B THEATRES SAPULPA 8

    TULSA

    MAY 1 | REGAL PROMENADE PALACE STADIUM 12

    WOODWARD

    MAY 8 | LAKESIDE CINEMA 6

    OREGON

    PORTLAND

    MAY 15 | CENTURY 16 EASTPORT PLAZA

    PENNSYLVANIA

    HARRISBURG

    MAY 1 | REGAL HARRISBURG STADIUM 14

    PHILADELPHIA

    MAY 21 | UNIVERSITY CINEMARK PHILADELPHIA

    SOUTH CAROLINA

    GREENVILLE

    MAY 8 | REGAL CHERRYDALE STADIUM

    SOUTH DAKOTA

    SIOUX FALLS

    MAY 1 & 15 | CENTURY EAST AT DAWLEY FARM

    TENNESSEE

    MEMPHIS

    MAY 7 | MALCO PARADISO

    NASHVILLE

    MAY 8 | REGAL HOLLYWOOD STADIUM 27

    TEXAS

    AUSTIN

    MAY 1, JUNE 27 | REGAL METROPOLITAN STADIUM 14

    DALLAS/FORT WORTH

    MAY 8 | LANDMARK MAGNOLIA THEATRE

    GRAHAM

    MAY 8 | NATIONAL THEATRE

    HOUSTON

    MAY 1 | EDWARDS GREENWAY GRAND PALACE STADIUM 24

    LUBBOCK

    MAY 1, 5, JUNE 29, JULY 2 | ALAMO DRAFT HOUSE

    WYLIE

    MAY 1, 3 | B&B WYLIE 12

    UTAH

    SALT LAKE CITY

    MAY 2-8 ALL WEEK LONG | MEGAPLEX JORDAN COMMONS

    VERMONT

    BURLINGTON

    MAY 1 | MERRILL’S ROXY THEATRE

    VIRGINIA

    ASHBURN

    MAY 13 | ALAMO DRAFT HOUSE

    NORFOLK

    MAY 1 | REGAL MACARTHUR CENTER STADIUM

    WASHINGTON

    CAMAS

    JUNE 13-19 | LIBERTY THEATRE

    SEATTLE/TACOMA

    MAY 1 | LANDMARK HARVARD EXIT

    WEST VIRGINIA

    MOOREFIELD

    ALL WEEK STARTING AUG 1 | SOUTH BRANCH CINEMA 6

    WISCONSIN

    APPLETON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS APPLETON EAST CINEMA

    ASHWAUBENON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS BAY PARK CINEMAS

    BROOKFIELD

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS MAJESTIC CINEMA

    LACROSSE

    MAY 1 | MARCUS LACROSSE CINEMA

    MADISON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS POINT CINEMAS-MADISON

    MADISON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS EASTGATE CINEMAS

    MENOMONEE FALLS

    MAY 1 | MARCUS CINEMAS-MENOMONEE FALLS

    MEQUON

    MAY 1 | MARCUS NORTH SHORE CINEMAS

    MILWAUKEE

    MAY 1 | MARCUS SOUTHGATE CINEMA

    NEW BERLIN

    MAY 1 | MARCUS RIDGE CINEMA

    OAK CREEK

    MAY 1 | MARCUS SOUTH SHORE CINEMAS

    OSHKOSH

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS OSHKOSH CINEMA

    SHEBOYGAN

    MAY 1, 12 | MARCUS CINEMAS-SHEBOYGAN

    STURTEVANT

    MAY 1 | MARCUS RENAISSANCE CINEMA

Meet The|Filmmakers

JAMES MOLL, DIRECTOR

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JAMES MOLL’S WORK AS A DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER HAS EARNED HIM AN OSCAR, TWO EMMYS AND A GRAMMY. MOLL HAS DIRECTED AND PRODUCED SUCH FILMS AS FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH ABOUT THE 16-YEAR CAREER OF THE ROCK BAND FOO FIGHTERS; THE SPORTS ADVENTURE RUNNING THE SAHARA, EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY MATT DAMON; INHERITANCE, ABOUT THE DAUGHTER OF A NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMP COMMANDER; AND THE LAST DAYS, EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY STEVEN SPIELBERG. MOLL’S UNIVERSAL STUDIOS BASED COMPANY, ALLENTOWN PRODUCTIONS, HAS ALSO PRODUCED NUMEROUS PROGRAMS FOR TELEVISION AS WELL AS WEB-BASED CONTENT. IN ADDITION TO WORKING AS A FILMMAKER, JAMES ESTABLISHED THE NON-PROFIT SHOAH FOUNDATION WITH STEVEN SPIELBERG FOR RECORDING AND PRESERVING MORE THAN 50,000 ‘VISUAL HISTORIES’ OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS.

 

TIM CALANDRELLO, EDITOR

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TIM CALANDRELLO IS A FILM AND TELEVISION EDITOR, WRITER AND PRODUCER WHOSE CAREER SPANS MORE THAN 15 YEARS ACROSS MANY GENRES.  HIS TALENTS HAVE BEEN SEEN IN HUNDREDS OF FILM TRAILERS AND PROMOS, TELEVISION SHOWS, MUSIC VIDEOS, PILOTS AND SPECIALS, FOR CLIENTS INCLUDING DISNEY, SONY, APPLE, RCA RECORDS, NBC, AMC, SHOWTIME, ESPN & FOX, TO NAME A FEW.

CALANDRELLO’S RECENT FEATURE DOCUMENTARY CREDITS INCLUDE FARMLAND AND THE GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING FILM FOO FIGHTERS: BACK & FORTH, FOR WHICH HE WAS AWARDED A GOLD RECORD.  HE HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED WITH FOUR NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES AWARDS, INCLUDING BEST SHORT FILM, BEST DIRECTOR OF A SHORT FILM AND BEST DOCUMENTARY ON A VARIETY OF SHORT SUBJECT FILMS AND DOCUMENTARIES.  CALANDRELLO’S COMPANY ‘TWISTED PUMPKIN CREATIVE’ SPECIALIZES IN PRODUCING THEATRICAL TRAILER CAMPAIGNS, PROMOS AND SHORT SUBJECT PIECES.

 

HARRIS DONE, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY HARRIS DONE HAS WORKED IN MANY GENRES OVER THE PAST 25 YEARS.  MOST NOTABLE HAS BEEN HIS LONG DOCUMENTARY COLLABORATION WITH USC FILM SCHOOL CLASSMATE JAMES MOLL.  THEIR WORK INCLUDES THE 1999 OSCAR® WINNER THE LAST DAYS FOR EXECUTIVE PRODUCER STEVEN SPIELBERG, PRICE FOR PEACE FOR NBC, AS WELL AS THE EMMY® WINNER INHERITANCE, THE DESERT EPIC RUNNING THE SAHARA PRODUCED AND NARRATED BY MATT DAMON, AND GRAMMY® WINNER FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH WHICH CHRONICLED THE HISTORY OF THE BAND, AND NOW FARMLAND.

DONE’S OTHER NOTABLE DOCUMENTARY D.P. CREDITS INCLUDE THE UPCOMING ABOVE AND BEYONDFROM A WHISPER TO A ROAR AND THE CULT CLASSIC TREKKIES.

IN ADDITION TO HIS EXTENSIVE CINEMATOGRAPHY WORK, HARRIS HAS ALSO WRITTEN, PRODUCED AND DIRECTED SEVERAL DRAMATIC FEATURE FILMS INCLUDING PURGATORY FLATS AND STORM WITH MARTIN SHEEN.   HE HAS ALSO DIRECTED THE DOCUMENTARIES WAR DOGS OF THE PACIFIC AND ALWAYS FAITHFUL.

 

Allentown Productions

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ESTABLISHED IN 2001 BY DIRECTOR/PRODUCER JAMES MOLL, ALLENTOWN PRODUCTIONS IS A LOS ANGELES BASED FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN NON-FICTION ENTERTAINMENT. MOLL’S WORK AS A FILMMAKER HAS GARNERED HIM MANY ACCOLADES INCLUDING AN ACADEMY AWARD® FOR HIS DOCUMENTARY DIRECTORIAL DEBUT, THE LAST DAYS.

HOUSED ON THE UNIVERSAL STUDIOS LOT, SOME OF ALLENTOWN’S FILM CREDITS INCLUDED THE GRAMMY AWARD® WINNING FOO FIGHTS: BACK & FORTH, THE EMMY AWARD® WINNING INHERITANCE, AND THE EPIC SPORTS ADVENTURE RUNNING THE SAHARA.

 

FILM SUBJECTS

LEIGHTON COOLEY

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A FOURTH GENERATION POULTRY FARMER, OPERATES FOUR FARMS IN GEORGIA WITH HIS FATHER. IN ADDITION TO CHICKENS, HE ALSO HAS A COW-CALF OPERATION AND GROWS HAY. LEIGHTON AND HIS WIFE HAVE TWO SONS.

 

BRAD BELLAH

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A SIXTH GENERATION CATTLE RANCHER, RUNS BEEF CATTLE OPERATIONS IN TEXAS AND COLORADO, INCLUDING A NATURAL BEEF HERD. THE 26-YEAR OLD HUSBAND AND FATHER OF A TWIN SON AND DAUGHTER EARNED A BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN AGRICULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY.

 

David Loberg

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a fifth generation corn and soybean farmer in Nebraska, runs the family farm with his mother. The farm also custom feeds 500 head of cows for a local dairy operation and runs an irrigation business. The 25-year-old and his wife have an infant son.

 

Sutton Morgan

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A FOURTH GENERATION FARMER FROM CALIFORNIA, GROWS, PACKS AND SELLS ONIONS AND POTATOES, AND ALSO GROWS MELONS, CARROTS, BROCCOLI, CAULIFLOWER, LETTUCES, CHARD, KALE AND ALFALFA. SUTTON HOLDS A DEGREE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA.

 

MARGARET SCHLASS

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A FIRST-GENERATION CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN VEGETABLE FARMER WHO GROWS AND MARKETS HER FARMS’ PRODUCE THROUGH A CSA (COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE) MEMBERSHIPPROGRAM, AS WELL AS THE PITTSBURGH FARMERS MARKET AND TO RESTAURANT OWNERS. MARGARET EARNED A BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN ART HISTORY AND ANTHROPOLOGY FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE BEFORE EMBARKING ON HER FARMING CAREER.

 

RYAN VELDHUIZEN

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A FOURTH GENERATION FARMER, IS TAKING OVER THE OPERATION OF HIS FAMILY’S HOG FARM IN MINNESOTA WITH HIS BROTHER AND SISTER. THE FARM GROWS HOGS, CORN AND SOYBEANS, WHICH THEY USE FOR FEED.

News & Reviews

See our coverage below.

 

Farmland in the News

POLITICO:
AG COMMUNITY RALLIES BEHIND ‘FARMLAND’

 

HLN-TV ONLINE:
WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT FARMS WILL STUN YOU

 

MOVEABLE FEAST (FILM REVIEW OUTLET):
INTERVIEW: JAMES MOLL ON THE BOUNTY YIELDED FROM HARVESTING “FARMLAND”

 

CNBC:
FARMING IS HARD WORK, BUT IT’S ‘COOL AGAIN’

 

CLEVELAND.COM:
FARMLAND FESTIVAL FILM INTRODUCES YOUNG PEOPLE GROWING OUR FOOD

 

CLEVELAND LEADER:
CIFF38 FILM REVIEW -FARMLAND

 

STAR MAGAZINE:
CELEB SIGHTINGS: DENISE RICHARDS, ROBIN THICKE & MORE STARS!

 

ARTIST DIRECT:
LIZ PHAIR AND EVERCLEAR’S ART ALAXAKIS COLLABORATE

 

DAILY MALL ONLINE:
SHOSHANNA WOULDN’T APPROVE! CASUAL ZOSIA MAMET LOOKS WORLDS AWAY FROM HER GIRLS CHARACTER AT FARMLAND’S TRIBECA SCREENING

 

YAHOO! CELEBRITY:
FARMLAND: NEW YORK SCREENING (SLIDESHOW)

 

PEOPLE.COM:

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: LIZ PHAIR HAS FOUND THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

LAST NIGHT’S LOOK: LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT

 

E! ONLINE:
2014 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL STAR SIGHTINGS

 

CBS NEWS:
TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL 2014 SLIDESHOW

 

STEREOGUM:
WATCH LIZ PHAIR & EVERCLEAR COVER “THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND” AT TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

 

DROVERS CATTLE NETWORK:
‘FARMLAND’ GIVES A GLIMPSE OF BOOTS-ON-THE-GROUND AGRICULTURE

 

RFD-TV:
‘FARMLAND’ TELLS STORY OF SIX YOUNG PRODUCERS

 

THE DES MOINES REGISTER:
‘FARMLAND’ FLICK SEEKS TO INFORM PUBLIC ABOUT WHERE THEIR FOOD COMES FROM

 

YAHOO!:
LOCAL “ONE WOMAN FARM” FEATURED IN NEW DOCUMENTARY “FARMLAND”

 

CINEMACY:
REVIEW: FARMLAND

 

NPR: THE SALT:
AGRIBUSINESS FUNDS ‘FARMLAND’ TO COUNTER HOLLYWOOD MESSAGE

 

CINEMACY:
INTERVIEW – DIRECTOR JAMES MOLL ON FARMLAND

 

TRI-STATE NEIGHBOR:
‘FARMLAND’ FILM DRAWS BIG CROWD; ANOTHER SHOWING SCHEDULED

 

PASTE MAGAZINE:
FARMLAND

 

AGRICULTURE.COM:
ROLLING OUT THE RED CARPET FOR FARMLAND

 

HUFFINGTON POST:
‘FARMLAND’ SHOULD WIN AWARDS AS BEST DOCUMENTARY

 

CAPITAL PRESS:
HUNDREDS VIEW ‘FARMLAND’ IN IDAHO

Farmland Announcements

 

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