Con Sentido (With Meaning)

Video from theperennialplate.com

From the filmmakers:

A short film about mate production in the jungles of Northern Argentina through the eyes of Alex Pryor of Guayakí.

Created by: theperennialplate.com
In Partnership with: intrepidtravel.com/food
For more information on Guayakí visit: guayaki.com

Filmed & edited by:

Daniel Klein – twitter.com/perennialplate

Mirra Fine – twitter.com/kaleandcola

Music by
Lullatone: lullatone.com
Jake Scheppes: jakeschepps.com
Filmed on 5d Mark iii w Canon 24-70, 70-200 2.8 L

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Ocean acidification – what does it mean for shellfish?

New Zealand and the United States will continue to collaborate on ocean acidification

This video was produced as a direct result of the collaborative New Zealand-United States workshop ‘Future proofing New Zealand’s shellfish aquaculture: monitoring and adaptation to ocean acidification’, organised by MPI, Cawthron Institute, NIWA and US colleagues in December 2013.

To learn more about the Cawthron Institute visit: cawthron.org.nz

Follow them on twitter: @Cawthron_NZ

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New Jersey’s Red October

Cranberry One Sheet 2014

Available for Purchase September 16, 2014

 

“A Straight-From-The-Bogs Documentary”

 

New Jersey’s Red October unearths the stories, history and science about New Jersey’s cranberries and its industry. In the acidic soil of the New Jersey Pinelands region, descendants of earliest cranberry pioneers raise their crops on the same land farmed by the ancestors as far back as 1840.

More than any program about rural life, this film will appeal to anyone with an interest in agricultural community, advancements, history, science, engineering or America. Produced and directed by award winner Nancy O’Mallon.

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The Mighty Humble Blueberry: “An Agricultural Phenomenon”

Blueberry One Sheet 2014

Available for Purchase September 16, 2014

 

The Mighty Humble Blueberry unearths the story of the versatile, delicious and all-American blueberry. By telling the tale of Elizabeth Coleman White, the woman who dedicated her life to bringing it into cultivation, the film blends American history and ingenuity with wonderful personal drama.

Visually intriguing, The Mighty Humble Blueberry includes an entrancing original musical score, archival audio recordings and film footage, filmed narrative accounts, expert narrations, and wonderful original artwork and animations. 

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South Meets South

We’re both southern cooks, we’re just from different countries

Film courtesy of the Southern Foodways Alliance at the University of Mississippi.

Atlanta-based chefs Asha Gomez and Steven Satterfield discuss their “two Souths” – Kerala, India, and the Southeastern United States. An SFA Greenhouse Film by Suzan Satterfield.

For more SFA films, visit www.southernfoodways.org.

Follow them on Twitter: @potlikker

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The Plant

“A net-zero energy food business incubator”

Video from Emily Weinstein

From the filmmaker:

In Chicago where innovation is booming, John Edel’s The Plant elevates entrepreneurship to a different level as it breaks the tech startup trend and focuses on a new type of business incubator: food. Not just any food incubator – a net-zero energy food business incubator. The Plant’s model operates on closing waste, resource, and energy loops by utilizing sustainable food production. In March, The Plant incubated its first food business, Nick Greens.

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Golden Harvest 4

Video by: The Film Artist

From the filmmaker:

After all the trials and tribulations of the last 2 years, this year’s Harvest was a quiet one, starring ‘Sunset Tree’ captured from the GH4 :)

For all Golden Harvest films please check out vimeo.com/channels/goldenharvest

Music by “Thinking Of You” by Gillicuddy (gillicuddy.com) from the Vimeo Music Store

More from The Film Artist:
instagram.com/thefilmartist/
twitter.com/thefilmartist
facebook.com/thefilmartistHD
thefilmartist.blogspot.com

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A Farmer and His IPhone

“Hay making on a Welsh Hill Farm”

Video from Guto Jones

Who better to show and share the process of farming than a farmer?

Follow Guto Jones on Facebook @ facebook.com/guto.jones.14

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A Pasta Story

Video from theperennialplate.com

From the filmmakers:

In the Hills of Tuscany at Azienda SanCristoforo, the Pedrini family welcomed us in to their home for two days and shared their passion for heirloom grains, biodynamic farming and make pasta.

Created by: theperennialplate.com
In Partnership with: intrepidtravel.com/food

Filmed & edited by:

Daniel Klein ( twitter.com/perennialplate/ )
Mirra Fine ( twitter.com/kaleandcola/)
Music by The Hummingbirds: facebook.com/hummingbirdsmusic
and The Poor Nobodys: thepoornobodys.com

Filmed on 5d Mark iii w Canon 24-70, 70-200 2.8 L

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Improving farmworker living conditions

Video from California Health Report TV:

In this story we go to the rural farming communities about 60 miles east of wealthy Palm Springs, where tens of thousands of people live in what many have described as third world conditions.

They crowd into dilapidated mobile home parks where clean drinking water is hard to come by and other public services can be sporadic. We’ll get a glimpse of the efforts of Rodolfo Pinon with Pueblo Unido – a nonprofit that’s working to improve the quality of life for farmworkers’ and their families.

To learn more visit healthycal.org

Follow on twitter: @healthreportCA

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