Posted March 4, 2020
The Jacob Burns FilmCast brings the best of the big screen to your podcast stream! Join co-hosts (and fervent film fans) Mike Towndrow and Paige Grand Pré for conversations covering everything from new releases and awards buzz to cult classics and film history.
Episode Seven: The Biggest Little Farm
We take another dive into the JBFC archives for Episode Seven, this time to revisit a 2019 Q&A featuring Jack Algiere—Farm Director at the world-famous Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture—who joined JBFC Programming Director Brian Ackerman for a discussion on the fascinating documentary The Biggest Little Farm.
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The Jacob Burns FilmCast is mixed, edited, and published by Mike Towndrow, and produced by Paige Grand Pré. Support for this podcast comes from the Jacob Burns Film Center, a nonprofit five-screen cinema and education center located in Pleasantville, NY. Have a question, episode idea, top ten list, or suggestion you want to share? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org! The Q&A featured in this episode took place on April 18, 2019, following a screening of The Biggest Little Farm during opening night of annual JBFC series Focus on Nature. Focus on Nature was presented in partnership with Scenic Hudson and Groundwork Hudson Valley, and made possible through generous support from the Hoch family and the van Hengel Family Fund.
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