Rough Cut Screening & Final Fundraising Push
The film is in the last mile of the marathon! On Nov. 15, we had a rough cut screening at the wonderful Muse School in Los Angeles, thanks to Paul Hudak, who has moved from his project in Portland to head the gardening program at Muse.
It was a really great day as I went around to all the classrooms from kindergarten to middle school, answering students’ questions about the film and my travels.
Then that night I screened a rough cut of the film for community members, after an out-of-this-world dinner prepared by the school’s in-house vegan chef, Kayla Roche.
Several leaders of the Los Angeles area urban farming movement were in attendance, including Mud Baron and Camille Cimino. It was great to get their feedback on how to take the film from rough to final cut!
Post-production is going strong, and for any last-minute donations, I’m pointing people towards the film’s page at my wonderful fiscal sponsor, The International Documentary Association in LA, where all of your donations are tax deductible.
Thank you so much for your support, and I hope to see you all at a screening of the film this year!
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