"When everything collapses, plant your field of dreams."
URBAN ROOTS follows the urban farming phenomenon in Detroit. A timely, moving and inspiring film that speaks to a nation grappling with collapsed industrial towns and the need to forge a sustainable and prosperous future.
Created by Tree Media
Produced by Leila Conners, Mathew Schmid, Mark McInnis
Original Direction by Frank Fitzpatrick
Executive Producers Mathew Schmid, Michael Soehner
Edited by Heidi Zimmerman
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urban roots SCREENING INFO, LICENSES
Community screenings are a great way to discuss the issues of our time with your friends and neighbors. They can be public or private and can be free or you can charge tickets. These choices, as well as the estimated size of the screening, determines the cost of the license. Screening DVDs or BluRays will also be shipped along with a discussion guide. You keep the DVD/BluRay. Additionally if you want an expert from the film to attend your screening to do a Q&A, please inquire here >
Community Screenings 50 - 100 people
Community Screenings 100 - 200 people
Community Screenings 200 - 350 people
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Shepard Fairey created a series of 450 signed and numbered screen printed posters for Urban Roots that sold out in 22 hours on Obey Giant. He also created a limited series of signed, AP prints to support the urban farming movement. Original signed Artist Screen Prints (APs) are available for $149. Original Promo Posters are available for $69.