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UK folks: screening of the solution to pollution is life in cambridge, uk on august 18


The really fabulous feminist film buffs over at Reel Women host a monthly short film night that promotes the work of female filmmakers. On August 18, they are showing a night of films about food, and as part of this event, will be screening the Greenhorns’s own The Solution to Pollution is Life.” We are psyched and honored to be a part of this. If you’re in the Cambridge area, come see us at the Cambridge Art House on the 18th from 21:00-23:00!

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Fabulous news, Greenhorns, our new spiffy website for Up up! is liveUp up! is a DIY collective festival made of a great gaggle of amazing agrarian films. The spiffy new website is much clearer than the old one and has a new Resources page to help facilitate your festival.

Check out the festival locator to see screenings near you! Or add yours to the map
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Yes, yes. Up UP~ order this film festival for your school, grange, library or community non profit

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We made this, and we’re dang proud. It’s a whole glorious collection of young farmer films! Now, you can order it to screen from Collective Eye Films for your nonprofit or community.

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“our land” screenings in berkley march 17 & 18!

In this Reel to Real mini-series, the Brower Center and the Agrarian Trust explore the future of American farmland and farmers. In these two fascinating documentaries, audiences will encounter a first-generation farming couple who left the urban areas of their youth to found a biodynamic dairy (Brookford Almanac) and a lifelong rancher turned “eco-cowboy” (Hanna Ranch).
Poster advertising two films showing in Berkeley, CA at 7 PM on March 17th and 18thThese films allow us to explore issues of land access, land care, and land transition. Afterwards, engage in discussion with producers and stakeholders of these films.

Buy tickets in advance here!

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greenhorns screening in NYC


greenhornsThe Greenhorns 
WHEN: Thursday March 28th
WHERE: 767 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY


Please join us for a screening of THE GREENHORNS, a documentary about young farmers in America. Panel discussion to follow the movie, featuring representatives from the Brooklyn Grange, the Urban Farm at Battery Park, The Fort Greene Park Vegetable Garden, and Greene Grape Provisions. Beer and wine from The Greene Grape will be available for sale as well. We hope to see you at this one-night tribute to sustainable farming, and to Fort Greene’s contribution to a healthier local food system!


Admission is $7; all ticket sales benefit the Fort Greene Park Vegetable Garden.

7:00 pm Doors
8:30 pm Panel Discussion
9:00 pm Drinks and Conversation



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greenhorns screening in the UK!

Our  film is being shown by friends of Cultivate Oxford, a group of young growers in Oxford UK.
Should you be a UK reader of this blog, the location is upstairs at the Turl Street Kitchen, 16-17 Turl Street, at 7pm on Wednesday 24th October.

They’ve also got a sweet blog, with news, events and recipes like this one:
Peppers & Eggs on Crumpets, with chutney.  

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greenhorns screening in washington (state)

please join us

The Washington Young Farmers Coalition and the Quimper Grange

for a screening of The Greenhorns, a documentary about the New Farming Movement in America

Sunday, November 4th at the Quimper Grange in Port Townsend

The film will begin at approximately 7 PM.*

*light refreshments, snacks, and appetizers will be served at approximately 6:30 PM, so please bring a small pot-luck item to share!

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screening in DC

Join the Neighborhood Farm Initiative for our 4th annual: Film and Food Event, Wednesday, October 24, 2012 (Food Day) 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

An evening of film, local fare from Dangerously Delicious Pies (created especially for this event), wine, and beer! NFI will present the spirited and whimsical documentary, Greenhorns, which explores the lives of America’s young farming community – its spirit, practices, and needs. Visit

Doors open and Dangerously Delicious Pies will begin serving at 6:30 pm with pies made from produce grown at Neighborhood Farm Initiative’s local urban farm. Film screening will start promptly at 7:30 pm at St. Stephen’s Church, which is located in Columbia Heights at 1525 Newton Street NW.

Tickets: $20, with small surcharge for online sales. Presale tickets available online at Cash and checks accepted at the door, pending seat availability. Continue reading

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greenhorns screening oct 17 !

film screening of The Greenhorns in the Napa Valley +
a panel discussion with local food champions, hosted by Chef Ken Frank. Reception will follow

Panelists include:
Aaron Keefer, French Laundry Culinary Gardens
Lizzie Moore, Boca Farms
Steve Sando, Rancho Gordo
Pat Tuck, Former Master Gardener
Karen Schuppert, Napa Farmers Market

WHERE: The Theatre at COPIA
WHEN: 7 pm, Wednesday, October 17

$5 Tickets/Free for kids
Tickets available at Napa County Resource Conservation District and

Contact: or 707-252-4188×116
Proceeds benefit programs of the Napa County Resource Conservation District