Dominique Benichetti's *Cousin Jules *(1972)

Also see films by Gu Tao (*The Last Moose of Aoluguya*) and Yu Guangyi (*The
Last Lumberjacks*)

These might not be avant-garde, depending on your definition, but these are
what first came to mind.

DER's catalogue is a great resource!

Best,
Gen
--
Genevieve Carmel

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 1:49 PM, lagonaboba <lagonab...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Taylor Dunne,  *Corn Mother  (*on vimeo)
>
> Monteith McCollum’s work might be of interest (samples on Vimeo)
>
> one of Andrew Noren’s lesser known films (I don’t know if he ever formally
> declared it to be a finished film, or part of a larger film) involved
> typically Noren-esque light bathed texture and color, of opium poppy fields
> in Afghanistan or Pakistan, men harvesting oozing latex.  Seen in 1971? at
> the old Mercer St. Kitchen. Noren’s footage of Panda bears in heat in the
> same show, though I guess that’s not agriculture.
>
> If *Sweetgrass *is to be considered “avant-garde/experimental” there are
> many works.
> Check with DER, under Agriculture; certainly not all, but a few titles are
> film-form smart.
> http://www.der.org/films/index-by-subject.html#agri
> Like Hillary Harris’ THE NUER.
>
>
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> On Jan 14, 2016, at 12:50 PM, Heath Iverson <heathivers...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> Any suggestions on avant-garde/experimental films that deal with any
> aspects of farming/gardening/plant or animal agriculture?
>
> A few examples might be Marjorie Keller's *Answering Furrow *or Lucien
> Castaing-Taylor's *Sweetgrass. *Other ideas?
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