Do you want to bring To Which We Belong to your area?
Rally your friends & community, engage in conversation, & learn more about regenerative agriculture, ranching & ocean farming.
Or book directly through us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Ranch, Durango, Colorado
HOST A SCREENING AT A LOCAL:
Director Pamela Tanner Boll with Bobby Gill at the Hanuman Festival screening in Boulder, CO.
"It's not often that a film this powerful, hopeful, and beautifully made comes about. It has been an absolute pleasure working with the To Which We Belong team to host a digital screening for our global network, and our audience can't stop raving about it. Highly recommended!"
- Bobby Gill, Director of Development & Communications, Savory Institute
"TO WHICH WE BELONG is such a beautiful snapshot of farmers and ranchers who embrace new methods to sustain their dreams for the next generation. A meaningful and powerful film for audiences of all ages. Worth seeing more than once!"
- Cathy Buck, owner of Cameo Cinema
Community screening & panel discussion at Cameo Cinema in Napa Valley, California.
Outdoor film screening from REGENERATE 2021 with Quivira Coalition in Albuquerque, NM.
"Screening "To Which We Belong" was a great tool for helping folks not directly working in agriculture and land stewardship understand its potential as a tool for mitigating climate change. I love that the stories come directly from farms and ranchers, in their own voices. The production and distribution teams are friendly, helpful, and responsive, making screening this film easy and affordable. I'd recommend it to any organization or business interested in finding a way to deepen the conversation about agriculture, climate change, and how we can all take action."
- Sarah Wentzel-Fisher, Executive Director, Quivira Coalition
"It is exhilarating when a film comes along that not only has a timely message, but an inspiring and imperative one. Through extraordinary worldwide examples, TO WHICH WE BELONG reveals the power and positive results that thinking “out of the box” can produce. And in an era of great turmoil and natural destruction it gives the viewer the greatest gift of all – hope."
- Jocelyn Schaffer, Jamestown Arts Center
Community screening at Jamestown Arts Center in Jamestown, RI.
Use our screening guide alongside the documentary to encourage discussion post-screening, highlight some of the main themes, connect viewers with further information and to spark ideas for taking action.
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