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Thunder on the Farm - A Seasonal Treasure Chest of Rural Nature (DVD)
Producer/Director, Cap Averill II and fellow Cinematographer, Will Graver turned their intimate sites and sounds of rural nature into magical glimpses of natures' tiny jewels of life...set amid nature's symphony.
The farm witnesses the blossoming of the fruit trees, as well as the cornucopia of annual life which surrounds the farm. The farm also witnesses the encroachment of suburbia through the eyes of the farm. You'll be tempted to hit the pause button every few seconds to examine the high definition details of colors, shadow, artistic scenes... but you'll also relax as the entire summer passes in just one day.
At mid-summer (mid-day), the sun-baked farm experiences a downpour of summer rain with the crashing thunder of an electrical storm. The close of "Thunder on the Farm" takes you through the aftermath of the summer rain and the dawn of autumn with a combine combing cornfields under the harvest moon.
Over 200 hours of footage was captured for this project, which enabled the dedicated team to showcase the absolute best of the best. "Thunder on the Farm" was shot in states ranging from Arkansas to Michigan during the summer of 2006. Every moment is a jewel, punctuated with color and natural sounds, and baby birds and bobbing flowers and wildlife meandering through their tiny worlds.
The high definition video brings astounding crisp images to the screen and showcases the complex world that goes on around a small farm in the Midwest. "Thunder on the Farm" was featured at the 2007 Ozark Foothills Film Festival and has been airing on public televison in Toledo for almost a year with glowing viewer feedback.
"It is an amazing film that really creates its own visual language to lament the loss of rural landscape and all that represents. (Thunder on the Farm) is a real treasure…" -Bob
"One person who requested multiple copies sent 'Thunder on the Farm' to friends in Switzerland, Hawaii, California, and Canada," chuckled Will with obvious pride.
Mantis and Moon Moving Pictures and Sound, LLC was established to create high quality motion pictures while stressing independent work. Their first full-length feature, entitled "Out of the Shadows" took home the award for Best Drama/Feature at the 2005 Hollywood International DV/HD Festival. Their latest full-length feature "Nothing Happened" is being submitted to film festivals across the nation.
NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association) has approved, and picked up "Thunder on the Farm" for National Distribution through PBS! At the time of publication, 47 PBS stations had picked up the feed for this fantastic nature programming. Check with your local PBS station for their support of this quality nature program.
Please follow this link to view a trailer for "Thunder on the Farm" www.thunderonthefarm.com
Mantis and Moon Moving Pictures and Sound