Newsletter #16: The Hands that Feed Us has an assembly cut
I’ve finished the assembly cut!
Up next: Rough cut
Canada Council has given us funding!
Looking ahead: Taking the film on tour
Newsletter #15: Tangible Progress for The Hands that Feed Us
Tangible Progress at Last!
Calling it crazy: Telling it like it is without losing people
Up next: Wearing too many hats
Newsletter #14: Next Year for The Hands that Feed Us
Of land and Lifeboats
Up next: Pushing the boulder over the precipice
How to own a farm in China
Water where you don’t expect it
Newsletter #13: What is “The Farming Lifestyle” anyway?
The art of avoiding money
Up next: Pushing the world out of the way to edit
FOMO: Head, drought and grasshoppers
What makes “The Farming Lifestyle” worth it?
Newsletter #12: I learnt the meaning of “Fool’s Spring” in Alberta
Filming calving season during Fool’s Spring
Up next: Farming while I edit at O.U.R. Ecovillage
A tease of things to come
YouTube updates are back
Newsletter #11: How do I distill eight months of farming into 90 minutes?
Editing a documentary: Way less glamourous than farming!
Up next: On the road again (for a few days)
I’m a Human Book — Read me!
Newsletter #10: I’m done filming (for now)
I’m done filming! (for now)
So … I’ve decided I want to get a cow
Up next: Editing the film on Salt Spring Island
Shit that Goes Down on the Dairy Farm
Newsletter #9: Crossing Canada to visit Overview Farms
Robert Overmars: the most welcoming dairy farmer in Nova Scotia
Getting paid once a year: Welcome to raising cattle
Driving across Canada — with kittens!
Filming ‘Til the Cows Come Home
Newsletter #8: How many farms does it take to feed 14,000 people? Just one.
Prairie harvest is a race against winter
What does it take to get a prairie farm started?
How feudal are our farmers?
Combine harvesters and baby’s first farm machine
Newsletter #7: A leap into the unknown
Heading east into the unknown
Klippers’ second job is running Vancouver’s best new restaurant
Food Security is not a subset of Poverty
Eating peaches, tomatoes, and dirt