The Real Dirt on Farmer John
The Real Dirt on Farmer John is a 2005 documentary film directed by Taggart Siegel about the life of Midwestern farmer John Peterson, operator of Angelic Organics. It tells the history of the eccentric farmer's family farm in rural Caledonia, Illinois.
|The Real Dirt on Farmer John|
|Directed by||Taggart Siegel|
|Produced by||Taggart Siegel|
|Written by||John Peterson|
|Narrated by||John Peterson|
|Music by||Mark Orton|
|Edited by||Greg Snider|
|Distributed by||CAVU Pictures|
The Real Dirt on Farmer John won 31 awards at film festivals. This includes the first ever Reel Current Al Gore Award at the Nashville Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Chicago International Documentary Festival, the Grand Jury Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Slamdance Film Festival and the Italian Environmental Film Festival.
- Angelic Organics website
- The Real Dirt on Farmer John on IMDb
- The Real Dirt on Farmer John at AllMovie
- The Real Dirt on Farmer John site for Independent Lens on PBS
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