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FROM SEED TO SEED DVD / Blu-ray

$20.00$325.00

“The resounding message delivered by Seed to Seed is optimism – that building a sustainable society is possible – but what makes this film stand out is that this hope is securely tethered to humility.” – Lorelei L. Hanson, PhD, Coordinator of Environmental Studies, Athabasca University

FROM SEED TO SEED
a film by Katharina Stieffenhofer
1:26:38 | Documentary | Colour | April 2018

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

Terry & Monique gave up careers as opera singers in Europe to pursue their passion for ecological agriculture and to build a food community in the heart of Canada. Climate Change presents a challenging season, as this diverse group of farmers and scientists aims to regenerate the land and farming.

AWARDS & HONORABLE MENTIONS FOR THE PROGRAM

Winner: Best Documentary Film – Big Water Film Festival 2019, Ashland, Wisconsin
Winner: Best of the Fest – Colorado Environmental Film Festival 2019, Golden, CO
Winner: Civil Eye Award – ARC Film Festival, Mainz, Germany
Winner: Audience Choice Award – Soo Film Festival 2019, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Winner: Best Documentary Film – Peter C. Rollins Award, Popular Culture Association, DC

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You may also be interested in Katharina’s popular and award-winning film …And This is My Garden!

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ABOUT THE FILMMAKER
Katharina Stieffenhofer is a Winnipeg documentary filmmaker, with a passion for social justice, ecological agriculture and healthy communities.
Her love of Nature and appreciation of farmers is rooted in her childhood / youth growing up on a mixed family farm on a Rhine island in Germany and expanded when her parents immigrated to Canada to become grain farmers in Southern Manitoba.
Katharina obtained a Fine Arts Degree from the University of Manitoba (1996) and exhibited nationally and internationally during her 16-year visual art practice.
In 2001 she began working in the Manitoba film industry and has worked on ~ 45 films in various capacities in the art department, most notably as Art Director on Guy Maddin’s “My Winnipeg”.

BUY THE DVD FOR HOME USE – $20

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BUY THE DVD FOR SINGLE SITE USE – $95
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RENT THE FILM FOR COMMUNITY SCREENING – $210

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BUY THE DVD FOR INSTITUTIONAL USE – $325

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