Kansas CIty! The follow up to ‘Kiss the Ground’ (Netflix) is coming to Overland Park at Fine Arts Theatres (Glenwood Arts Theatre) for a one-week-only premiere December 1st-6th. Be the first in Kansas to see the award-winning independent documentary film: Common Ground!
The opening weekend of the premiere week includes Q&A panel discussions after the first two screenings:
Q&A #1 on December 1st at 7pm:
Special guests include Ray Archuleta (Certified Professional Soil Scientist at Soil Science Society of America, featured in Common Ground); Carrey Gillam (Investigative Reporter, featured in Common Ground); Jacob Canyon (Land Manager and Farmer at Good Oak); and moderated by Erica Campbell (Policy Director, Kiss The Ground).
Q&A #2 on December 2nd, 4:30pm:
Special guests include Farmer Dan Krull (Director of Agriculture at Good Oak); Andrea Clark (Director of Food System Planning, KC Healthy Kids); Alana Henry (Farmer, Young Family Farm KC); Brooke Salvagio (Urbavore Urban Farm); and moderated by Brian Weinberg (Foundation for Regeneration).
Learn more the film and hear from people in the incredible regenerative agriculture movement who are planting healthier food and farm systems across the region!
Learn More: https://fb.me/e/1pSzp4EHn
Get Tickets: https://fineartsgroup.com/film/common-ground/
About the film: As a powerful follow-up to ‘Kiss the Ground’ (Netflix), ‘Common Ground’ is a sobering yet hopeful independent documentary investigating the often toxic interconnections of farming and food systems, and explores the destruction and healing across the United States and beyond, by sharing stories of people utilizing and supporting regenerative agriculture.
The film has premiered in 75+ select cities across the US and film festivals around the world, and has sold out its premieres in Seattle, Portland, NYC, Boulder, Austin, Santa Monica, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Chicago, and more, and is now in the Top 10 Independent Documentary releases of 2023!
Thousands have requested the film at their local independent theater. Thousands more have signed petitions and pledged their commitment to supporting regenerative agriculture. The incredible support for the movement is rising across the country and folks are learning how they can participate in solutions for healthier food and farms. We hope to see you at the theater!
Check out one of our premiere recaps: https://www.facebook.com/reel/297666153079314
See our sold out premiere in Chicago (750+ people):
Hear what people learned from the film: https://www.facebook.com/reel/314342064714833
Watch the official trailer: https://fb.watch/nrQgLhetsE
Not in Kansas City? Join us for our other screening in Lawrence on 11/29. Not in/near Kansas? Join us in one of the many cities we are premiering in the coming days/weeks, or request your theater to help our team bring the film to your town. The premieres are growing because of your support! http://CommonGroundFilm.org