New! March 2017 And This is My Garden is available for rental with VUVAVU through Winnipeg Film Group.
And for sale through the Winnipeg Film Group
Or contact Katharina.
Announcing a new film project by Katharina Stieffenhofer!
“From Seed to Seed” is a feature-length documentary about modern agriculture, a blend of small and large scale farmers, cutting edge science with age old traditions, and fascinating folks. You will meet farmers who are also opera singers, young “wannabe” farmers trying to find their way in the new realities, Manitoba’s own amazing scientist, Dr. Martin Entz, who leads the world in his work - The Natural Systems Agriculture program and more. Meet our participants.
We invite you to follow along with our journey. Filming since February 2016, and right through to the seeds going into the ground in spring 2017, experience this beautiful and sometimes harsh world of those who grow our food.
Here is our fund raising video of 6 minutes, and though we will be creating the short preview later, see and hear the people, animals and landscape in our full length trailer.
And join us on our website “From Seed to Seed”
and Facebook Page with regular updates by the Director and Producer Katharina
For a complete list of screenings starting with the premiere on March 13, 2010 to October 21, 2011, along with Festivals and Awards, please download this PDF Screenings
and also check the blog for updates.
More Updates, Photos & School Garden Tips on the blog.
note from the web assistant -
Friday Nov 11, 2011 Al Whittle Theatre- Main at 4:00p.m.
Slow Motion Film Festival
in Nova Scotia. Director Katharina Stieffenhofer will be in attendance.
Many more screenings and festivals coming all the time in 2011 and I'm behind in updates! So please see the pdf above and the blog to stay informed -
Screening - January 12, 2011 at the Reel North Film Festival in Thompson,Manitoba.
Doors at 6:30 pm and screening at 7:00 pm. FREE ADMISSION! We are very excited to bring you this documentary out of WABOWDEN, MANITOBA!
Screening - 5th annual Princeton Environmental Film Festival
Fri. Jan. 14, 2011 at 12:00 p.m.
Princeton Library- The Princeton Environmental Film Festival
Princeton Public Library
Feb. 3 - 5, 2011 Atmosphere 2011: Mediated Cities University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, Winnipeg.
More information to follow.
January 2011 Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Native Studies course term 2
Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan,
Nov. 18 - 19, 2010
And This Is My Garden DVDs will be distributed to participants of the 2-day Social Justice: Educating for ACTion
Conference on Nov. 18 - 19 Speakers include Stephen Lewis, Wade Davis ...Canad Inns Polo Park, Winnipeg [sold out] http://www.educatingforaction.ca/index.html
Social Justice: Educating for ACTion Conference
Nov. 3, 2010 "How to Start Your Own School Garden"
A full-day workshop to "provide hands-on learning, link to core curricula & outcomes & grow a healthier community in the process". The workshop, initiated by Seven Oaks School Division, Winnipeg, was developed & co-presented by Katharina Stieffenhofer, Eleanor Woi...towicz & Alexis Nazeravich. Good times were had by All!
"...And This Is My Garden" Winner of the 2010 "Most Inspirational Film"
EcoFocus Film Festival, Athens, Georgia
EcoFocus Film "Festival
in Athens Georgia.
Oct. 16, WORLD FOOD DAY
5 p.m. screening at St.
Mary's Road United Church
613 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg
And This Is My Garden Oct. 15, noon-2 p.m.
"...And This Is My Garden" will screen at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy,
UM, Community Health Sciences Colloquium
Woitowicz in attendence for Q & A & discussion of the Mel Johnson School Gardening Program
October 15, 2010 noon-2 p.m.
"...And This Is My Garden" will screen at the Manitoba Centre for Health
Policy, University of Manitoba,
during the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, followed by a discussion of the Mel Johnson School Gardening Program with Eleanor Woitowicz
Oct. 5 at Aboriginal Academic Achievement
Prince Charles Education Resource Centre, Winnipeg, Eleanor Woitowicz, Bonnie Monias and some of the young Mel Johnson School Gardeners attending
Screening Oct. 6 at Strathcona School
Sept. 11th - 4:00 p.m. screening @ Manitoba Nature Action Collaborative
for Children's First ever Nature Summit - Camp Manitou -
This DVD is now available for sale through the Winnipeg Film Group
Or contact Katharina.
Produced with the assistance of:
- The Sustainable Development Innovations Fund with Manitoba
- Manitoba Aboriginal & Northern Affairs, Northern Healthy
- Manitoba Healthy Living, Youth & Seniors
- Manitoba Hydro
- Frontier School Division
- National Film Board of Canada – Filmmaker Assistance Program
- Heifer International, Canada Country Program
- Film Training Manitoba
- The Government of Manitoba
- Manitoba Film and Video Production Tax Credit
Shot on location in the province of Manitoba
contact Growing Local