Out Here (film)
Out Here is a full-length documentary film about queer farmers across the United States. It is produced by Jonah Mossberg, Zibby Jahns, and Mev Luna and debuted at the 2013 Frameline Film Festival. It is a product of the Queer Farmer Project, a four year effort directed by Jonah Mossberg.
Leslie Hatfield, writing for HuffPost, called a preview of the film, "heartfelt and inspiring and brought a fresh and unique perspective to food politics and the nature of growing food." Lauren Fleming, writing for Curve magazine, called the queer farmer project blog a "great place to start a search for your own lesbian localvore community."
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Carol Harada of the Frameline Film Festival writes about Out Here, "American farming is welcoming new immigrants, women, people of color, and queer people back to the land. From the Bronx to Alabama, from Kansas to Berkeley, meet queer farmers and agripreneurs using permaculture and organic farming to provide a healthier alternative to commercial agriculture, increase food access, and express allegiance to the earth."
- Fleming, Lauren (July 2010). "Curve Magazine" (PDF).
- "Out Here: A Queer Farmer Film Project | Frameline37 | Jonah Mossberg | USA". ticketing.frameline.org. Retrieved 2018-06-30.
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