A cinematic horn of plenty: this Monday’s Green Screens

Enlightenment, great flicks and organic produce? How often can you get all three in one place?

Let Monday’s Green Screens presentation of Farming the Future and Homegrown show you what’s at stake in the the production of what’s on your plate. Afterward, have your organic apples and eat them too when actual Long Island farmers bring the bounty of their fields straight to you.

Buy tickets to see Green Screens: Farming the Future, Homegrown and The Fridge: Mon Nov 3: 6

Check out Homegrown’s official site.

Check out Farming the Future’s official site.

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2 Comments on “A cinematic horn of plenty: this Monday’s Green Screens”

  1. Ravi Says:

    just wondering how a list like this could skip over many classic moments from the films of wes anderson. “A Quick one” in Rushmore or “2000 Man” in Bottle Rocket or any of the nico stuff in Tenenbaums. “heart of the sunrise” in buffalo 66 is one of my personal favs. Ligeti and Kubrick also have some of the most interesting composer/director ties. there’s so much good stuff out there. . . . .

  2. melanie Says:

    i think these pictures are very interesting and arcimbpldo shouuld have bin very talented to draw somethink like this.
    pictures like this are so much fun and nice to look at 😛

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