Kiss the Ground was a missed opportunity — and with too much bashing of farmers! Is it the worst ag film ever? No. Could it have been better? Absolutely.
Kiss the Ground is a documentary with infodemic tendencies — style over substance, with some “factoids” made to go viral with no critical analysis.
The documentary series “Carbon Cowboys” is the kind of filmmaking that those in agriculture will probably approach with a good amount of skepticism.
“Super Size Me 2” wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, but it still missed the mark on many areas and overdramatized numerous scenarios in an unfair way.
The Germinate International Film Fest had over 70 entries in both film and photography categories, with 54 coming from the U.S.
Here is a list of the top farming movies and series to watch that tell the firsthand (and truthful) story of agriculture and are easily accessible.
The numbers involved in running a large-scale greenhouse are not to be taken lightly. Forty-five acres — or almost 2 million square feet — under glass. This translates to 500,000 pounds of production per week. Truly Green, the farm that hosted us for the filming of “Before The Plate,” was a sight to behold. With […]
The “Before The Plate” documentary film crew was fortunate enough to be able to follow three ingredients back to Hillside Gardens.