Watch The Trailer

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

GROW! goes to Nashville... again!

This is going to be good fun for a good cause.
Suggested donation $5
Proceeds will benefit Urban Agrarian Movement's garden at Frothy Monkey.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Movie On The Farm

Saturday November 19th, 2011.
Chattahoochee Hills neighbors and friends, join us for a screening at Serenbe Farms.
Hosted by GROW! farmers Paige and Justin.
We'll be there along with some of the other local farmers featured in GROW!
Bring your own potluck dish, beverages, plates, cups, utensils, chairs and blankets.
Potluck and farm tour will begin at 4PM
GROW! screens at 6:30PM
Suggested donation is $5 (benefits GROW! Outreach Fund) which will help take GROW! to California for The Wild & Scenic Film Festival in January.

BTW: GROW! Eco-Trucker caps will be available for purchase for $15.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Slow Motion Food Film Festival at Al Whittle Theatre in Wolfville.

GROW! farmer Celia's grandmother (left) and great aunt (right) came to the screening!

"Filmmakers' Love of Food Yields GROW!"
Nov 11, 2011 by Entertainment Reporter Andrea Nemetz
Link to Halifax Chronicle Herald article

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Update from the Savannah Film Festival-Film Camp!

What an amazing week it's been for the filmmakers and GROW! We've met so many wonderful people - the gracious and dedicated cinephiles of Savannah, many talented students, hardworking festival volunteers, and gifted filmmakers from all over the world.

And then there is the Savannah Film Festival itself....
Where to begin? SCAD professor, Michael Chaney's Coffee Talks every morning were enlightening and fun along with a lot of panels led by industry professionals.
During the week we have seen an incredible 29 films and shorts.
What other festival would open with "The Artist," a 100 minute black and white silent film and end up on Friday night with the Directors Choice screening, the world wide premiere of "The Muppets"?
We hope to get back to The Savannah Film Festival again someday - it is by far, one of the best film festivals in the U.S.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

At the Savannah Film Festival

Thanks to Reid Archer and Arianne McGinnis - 2 of the Farmer Stars from GROW! for showing up for our second screening at the Savannah Film Festival!

Photo: Romelo Stokes

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Press Box - Voices from the Fest

by Courtney Victor / Nov 1, 2011

While many people were still asleep on Sunday morning, my enthusiasm for the film fest had me highly caffeinated sitting in the Trustees Theater for the 9:30 showing of “Grow!” Producers and directors Christine Anthony and Owen Masterson introduce us to a very different breed of farmer and a revolution in our agricultural system, while simultaneously profiling the philosophy and mindset of an entire new generation.


free hit counting
Web Counter