Back in our Winter 2009 issue we profiled the Brooklyn filmmakers behind The Greenhorns: A Film About Young Farmers in America. A very long (to them, at least) three years later the movie is finally being shown. Its Brooklyn premiere will be at The Bell House in Gowanus on Sunday (doors at 7 p.m.), and includes music and snacks. Tickets are $5 in advance–you can buy them here–or are $7 at the door. You can find out more about the movie at www.greenhorns.net, as well as the Greenhorns themselves, a group of grass-roots agricultural activists who hope to change the way this country farms for the better, both by targeting young, progressive farmers and by telling their stories.
Years in the Making, The Greenhorns Finally Shows at the Bell House this Sunday