We broadcast and embrace new voices in drama, documentary, animation, journalism, music video and web-series. We also connect films to audiences, producers, distributors, sales agents, buyers, film festival directors and media. We proudly support and encourage 50%+ women’s participation on our platform. Here you can read three interviews with founder Carmela Baranowska - in April, August and October 2016 - where she discusses her motivation for beginning this platform and her hopes for the future.Read More
Chinese teenagers from the wealthy elite, with big American dreams, settle into a boarding school in small-town Maine. As their fuzzy visions of the American dream slowly gain more clarity, their relationship to home takes on a poignant new aspect.Read More
The film is an intimate look at the war and revolution in Ukraine through the eyes of ordinary people who risked their lives to create a more democratic, independent country. Their lives were transformed by the tumultuous revolution on the Maidan, the Russian annexation of Crimea and war in eastern Ukraine that has killed over 10,000 people and left 1.9 million refugeesRead More
A young lonesome girl, from a sad family, hopes to find solace in the world outside but discovers the familiar when she meets a strange farm-hand with piercing eyes, and is forced to confront her own confusing feelings through an violent encounter with a kitten.
Love at First Bite - a 26-minute family documentary - provides a glimpse into what makes farmers' markets such a treat -- they're fun, they're healthy and best of all they're full of fresh, local produce from the people who grow the food.Read More
Why I Dance is a pole dance film about women who come together to reclaim their bodies and themselves. In celebration of all women everywhere. The proceeds of our original track will benefit the California Women's Law Center, fighting for social justice for women and girls.Read More
Interview with Festival Director Winnie Cheung. Picture Farm is proud to announce the 2017 edition of the Picture Farm Film Fest, with a program made up of: Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience, Black Voices in Independent Film, Defying Gender Identity Labels and Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World. It is free for those who want to attend.
Burma Storybook is a creative documentary about a country emerging from years of dictatorship, told through Burmese poetry. The film circles around the story of the country’s most famous dissident poet alive today, as he waits for his long-lost son to return home.Read More
Natureplay features a surprising endangered species in the wild today - Our Children, and devises ways to save humanity's connection to nature in the next generation - Back from the brink of Extinction.Read More