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Author: Scott Hamilton KennedyDominique DerrengerVivianne NacifJulie Bergman SenderStuart SenderAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Oscilloscope Pictures, 2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : WidescreenView all editions and formats
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The fourteen-acre community garden at 41st and Alameda in South Central Los Angeles is the largest of its kind in the United States. Started as a form of healing after the devastating L.A. riots in 1992, the South Central Farmers have since created a miracle in one of the country's most blighted neighborhoods. Growing their own food. Feeding their families. Creating a community. But now, bulldozers are poised to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Environmental films
Documentary films
Feature films
Nonfiction films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Hamilton Kennedy; Dominique Derrenger; Vivianne Nacif; Julie Bergman Sender; Stuart Sender; Alex Blatt; Tyson FitzGerald; Doug DeAngelis; Gabriel Tenorio; Donald Rogers; Don Normark; Oscilloscope Pictures,; Black Valley Films,; Katahdin Productions (Firm),; Impact Partners (Firm),
OCLC Number: 427910054
Language Note: In English and Spanish with optional English or Spanish subtitles.
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 2008.
Special features: Commentary with filmmaker, Scott Hamilton Kennedy, activist Tezozomoc, producers Vivianne Nacif and Dominique Derrenger; Celebrities visit the garden; Farmers return to city council; More farmers and farm history; March to Mayor's mansion; Protest at Horowitz's offices; Allegations of antisemitism; A new design for the garden; Interview with Scott Hamilton Kennedy by film critic David Poland; Film festival Q & As; Special thanks.
Credits: Editors, Alex Blatt, Tyson FitzGerald, Scott Hamilton Kennedy ; composers, Doug DeAngelis, Gabriel Tenorio ; still photographers, Donald Rogers, Don Normark ; camera/sound, Scott Hamilton Kennedy.
Performer(s): Rufina Juárez, Tezozomoc, Josefina Medina, Eddie Luvianos Rumbos, Deacon Alexander, Miguel Perez, Dan Stormer, Doris Bloch, Jan Perry, Juanita Tate.
Awards: Winner, Silverdocs Film Festival, Grand Jury Award, 2009 ; Florida Film Festival, Best documentary feature, 2009.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; all regions, NTSC; widescreen (4:3) theatrical aspect ratio presentation; 5.1 surround, stereo.
Contents: Intro to the garden, 2003 --
Origin of the garden --
Notice to vacate --
Public comment --
Councilman visits --
Farmers do their research --
Soccergate --
They gotta go --
Two weeks to eviction --
The farmers find Dan Stormer --
Injunction hearing --
Stage two : community outreach --
Implementing rules at the garden --
Trial prep : Horowitz deposition --
Horowitz appeals --
Infighting at the garden --
Infighting at the garden --
Fundraising --
Celebrities lend a hand --
They raise the money! --
The deal goes sour --
Eviction and demolition --
New beginnings.
Responsibility: Oscilloscope Laboratories ; Black Valley Films in association with Katahdin Productions and Impact Partners ; produced & directed by Scott Hamilton Kennedy ; co-producers, Dominique Derrenger, Vivianne Nacif ; executive producers, Julie Bergman Sender, Stuart Sender.

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The fourteen-acre community garden at 41st and Alameda in South Central Los Angeles is the largest of its kind in the United States. Started as a form of healing after the devastating L.A. riots in 1992, the South Central Farmers have since created a miracle in one of the country's most blighted neighborhoods. Growing their own food. Feeding their families. Creating a community. But now, bulldozers are poised to level their 14-acre oasis.

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