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From Seed to Seed

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Catalogue Number:  GLP000
Producer:  Growing Local Productions
Subject:  Agriculture, Canadian Social Studies, Documentary, Environmental Studies, Family Studies/Home Economics, Health, Science, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2018
Running Time:  86:00


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The joy and heartfelt struggle of a Canadian family to sustain their organic farm in a changing climate.

In Southern Manitoba, Terry and Monique are pouring their hearts into a small, ecological farm. In love with their land, their methods are derived from generations of farming traditions, along with the best current knowledge of organic farming. Raising crops and several types of livestock, they struggle mightily against a for their agricultural predecessors never anticipated – global climate change.

Depicting large as well as small operations, the film shows what farmers are up against, and how determined many are to adopt environmentally responsible strategies, despite the seductive conveniences of modern agricultural practices. Through one setback after another, the film’s subjects display tenacity, endurance, humour and a sustaining dedication to family and community.

From Seed to Seed exemplifies the best qualities of those who farm, and provides a hopeful look at a modern movement that will prove vital in turning the tide of environmental destruction.

Winner: Best of the Fest, 2019 Colorado Environmental Film Festival, Golden, CO

Winner: Best Documentary, Big Water Film Festival, Ashland, Wisconsin

Winner: Utopian Visions Award, Utopia Film Festival, Greenbelt, Maryland

Winner: Audience Choice Award, 2019 Soo Film Festival, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

Winner: Civil Eye Award, ARC Film Festival, Mainz, Germany

Winner: Best Documentary Film, Peter C. Rollins Award, Popular Culture Association, DC

Winner: Best Environmental Film  – Ridgefield Independent Film Festival, Ridgefield, CT

Winner: Best Documentary Film  – Seneca Film Festival, NY State

Winner: Best Feature Film 2019, Hon. Mention, ELEMENTS Environmental Film Festival, Vancouver, BC

Finalist Jury Award - Kansas International Film Festival, Kansas City, KS

Finalist Best Feature Documentary - 11th International Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival

Nomination Best Feature Documentary – Central Alberta Film Festival, Red Deer, AB

Winner - Presidents Award at the 15th Beloit International Film Festival, WI - February 2020

Nomination Best Documentary Award at the 15th Beloit International Film Festival, WI - February 2020




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