Mar 20

American Documentary Film Festival Examines Urban Farming in Urban Fruit

American Documentary Film Festival Examines Urban Farming in Urban Fruit

Urban farming has a revival in Los Angeles.  We follow four urban gardeners’ struggle against the City and their families to reclaim a skill that seemed lost.  Rishi Kumar gave up a a promising IT career to start an urban farm in his parents’ backyard.

Ron Finley lives in South L.A., a food desert, where there are few alternatives to fast food.  Ron decided to teach people how to grow food in front of their homes, which turned out to be in violation of City code.   He fought back against the City and became an internet sensation.

Adam and Jenna Barber are a young hipster couple growing vegetables and raising chickens in Mid-City.  They grow food for themselves and trade the surplus to a local restaurant for dining credit.

Urban Fruit

See it Saturday, March 29, at Noon

Camelot Theatres, Palm Springs

Tickets: $ 10
To purchase tickets, visit the Camelot Theatres Box Office in Palm Springs, or go to:
The 2014 Edition of The American Documentary Film Festival
opens on Thursday, March 27th, and runs through
Monday, March 31st.

Presented by Nationwide Insurance

The American Documentary Film Festival

is a Palm Springs Cultural Center program.

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