Lots of Anne Charlotte Robertson's work, especially Melon Patches and Emily
Robbie Land's Matters of Bioluminessence has a section depicting growth of
Animals: lots of Brakhage. I haven't seen The Loom (1986), but by
description it may qualify - depending on how strict a definition of
agriculture you have in mind.
I once saw a Ben van Meter film - I think it was made later than the 60s
work for which he's best known - about a chicken farmer on LSD.
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On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 12:50 PM, Heath Iverson <heathivers...@gmail.com>
> 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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