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« on: March 24, 2010, 09:14:37 PM »


I'm making a documentary about urban agriculture and I want to include guerrilla gardening for sure.  I have visions of headlamps dancing in the dark and furtive plantings under moonlight!  Should be a blast...

I'm also very commited to preserving the anonymity of anyone who wants to.  In my first film "Overdrawn!" about bank fees and other predatory lending, I interviewed a loan shark and masked his identity visually and aurally.  It's no problem to do the same with this project.  I'm hoping to put together something in the next week or two - get in touch!

happy planting,
Karney Hatch

Here is a link to the film's website:

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