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The Moo Man follows a maverick farmer and his unruly, characterful cows, filmed over four years on the Pevensey marshes of East Sussex. In an attempt to save his family farm, Stephen Hook turns his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets; but staying small and keeping a close relationship with his fifty-five cows comes with an emotional price. This is an endearing, intimate story that tackles some surprisingly big issues.
Directed by Andy Heathcote, co-directed by Heike Bachelier UK / Germany - 2013 - 97 minutes
The Greenpoint Reformed Church is a community church that for over one hundred and fifty years, has served the people of the neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. They meet for worship, gather for community meetings, and volunteer to help feed the neighborhood through the Hunger Program, which is the organization that is partnering with us for this screening. Feeding people is a big part of what the Hunger Program does at the Church, catering to hundreds of people each week. Volunteers help cook, serve, and clean up. The program also serves as a food pantry. Many of the items used in both the food preparation either come from the garden at the back of the church, or from farmers across the state, which sell a portion of their produce to the Church.
Learn more about the Program Here.