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Dreaming of a Vetter World
Directed by
Bonnie Hawthorne

USA / 2018 / 77:24

East Coast Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
Bearsville Theater WOODSTOCK
10/14/2018, 12:30PM
10/12/2018, 3:15PM

Dreaming of a Vetter World tells the story of the Vetters, a visionary Nebraska farm family who understood that modern agriculture was ailing--and found a cure we all can use to help heal ourselves, our communities and our lands. This beautiful work by first-time filmmaker Bonnie Hawthorne explores one family's mission to farm in harmony with the complex web of life. With salt-of-the-earth wisdom and wry Midwestern humor, the film tells a story of place, faith and love. Dreaming of a Vetter World is an inspiring example of doing what you know is right, against all odds.
Bonnie Hawthorne is the director, cinematographer, editor, writer and narrator of Dreaming of a Vetter World. As a film student at NYU in the 1980s, her documentary teacher said there would come a day when one woman could go AWOL from her day job cutting television shows, take off in a tiny camper and make a film with cameras small enough to fit in a purse. That day finally arrived. This film is the result.
Cast/Featuring: @bonniehawthorne
Executive Producer(s): Jo Andres, Steve Buscemi, Bobby Houston
Producer(s): Bonnie Hawthorne
Director(s): Bonnie Hawthorne
Screenwriter(s): Bonnie Hawthorne
Cinematographer(s): Bonnie Hawthorne
Editor(s): Bonnie Hawthorne
Composer(s)/Music: Robot Repair, Kyp Malone
Sound Designer(s): IMRSV Sound


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