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Film Series: How We Grow

March 16 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

$35

Thursday March 16th – Doors Open at 4PM for the opportunity to tour the Alnoba property and art collection with a drink from our cash bar. Film screening begins at 5PM, followed by Q&A session with the director.

In partnering with The Redford Center, Alnoba is pleased to offer our brand-new Film Series, where we feature enthralling stories portrayed on film, directed by powerful message-givers who dare to tell stories that cultivate our minds. Films will be shown inside our intimate Leadership room on our large projector screen with high quality sound system.

This award winning feature film, HOW WE GROW, is a film about ambitious young farmers, ranchers and chefs building a community around locally grown food in the Roaring Fork Valley of Western Colorado. The film’s impact campaign is geared toward amplifying the efforts of the Roaring Fork farmers and ranchers and sharing their challenges and successes with others around the United States to encourage the growth of more local food community efforts.

HOW WE GROW received the 2016 Redford Center Grant award and was screened at the 5Points Film Festival, as well as the Colorado Environmental Film Festival. The film also received the 2018 “Best of the Fest” award from the Colorado Environmental Film Festival.

In addition to viewing this eye-opening film, guests will have the unique opportunity to meet with Co-Director, Thomas Zuccareno for a Q&A session following the film.

Synopsis

HOW WE GROW seeks to tell the story that digs deeper- beyond the farmers’ markets and local food access, into the ways in which communities rebuild themselves around agriculture. The film is a coming-of-age story of a community re-learning how to work together and growing stronger in the process. Inspired by the drive and dedication of the next generation of agricultural leaders in the Roaring Fork Valley, the community explores how to overcome pressing issues. Land access, income inequality, and a short growing season turn from barriers into levers as these ambitious young farmers discover ways to get healthy, sustainability produced, locally grown, nutrient dense food onto the tables of everyone in the community. HOW WE GROW looks at the characters and systems of farming, education, legislation, micro-finance, and food equity that are shifting the ways we think about food and our relationship to the land. Together we create a food system that works for everyone. The film offers a template to communities, a guide to grow by, and a sense of hope that we have all the tools to reclaim our food.

Watch the teaser trailer here.

About the Directors

Tomas Zuccareno

Tomas was raised on a small family farm in New Hampshire and grew up with a deep respect for the land. He has a B.A. in Photojournalism from Prescott College where he was awarded for his powerful storytelling style. He has traveled the world working for organizations like The National Geographic Society, Conde Naste and Forbes. He has been a part of the Marketing team at Aspen Snowmass for 23 years and a Staff Photographer for ESPN Images for 17. A desire to tell the story of the community that has been his family for more than two decades inspired him to make HOW WE GROW

Haley Thompson

Haley was born and raised in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. With a BFA in Film and Writing from Emerson College, she has built a career around her love of storytelling through film. From documentaries and independent/foreign films to comedies of all genres, Haley has 12 years experience as a trailer editor and producer in film advertising, having worked for some of the top agencies in LA and NYC. The energy around the local food movement of the Roaring Fork Valley inspired her to move back home and make HOW WE GROW.

 

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Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
$35
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/film-series-how-we-grow-tickets-523821723877

Organizer

Alnoba

Venue

Alnoba
24 Cottage Road
Kensington, NH 03833 United States
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