A cinematically beautiful and powerful voice for environmental activism, Look and See is a new film by Laura Dunn and Jeff Sewell. It showcases the story of 81-year old writer, farmer and conservationist Wendell Berry, whose eloquent poems and essays regarding the decline of family farming and the displacement of small-town farming communities to modern mass agriculture helped earn him the 2016 Sidney Lanier Prize for Southern Literature. Premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Pavilion at Gari Melchers Home and Studio. Free and open to the public. This community screening is made possible by Dickinson Equipment, Inc., Fredericksburg.