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The promotional trailer for the Great American Wheat Harvest documentary will be featured in the Clifton Film Fest on Saturday July 21st at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA. The GREAT AMERICAN WHEAT HARVEST is a documentary film being produced that will tell the story of hard-working custom harvesters who travel from the heart of Texas to the Canadian border harvesting the wheat that feeds our Great Country and the World.
The Clifton Film Fest is a film festival located in Northern Virginia showcasing original films made by the surrounding community.
To view an online version of the trailer, visit: http://youtu.be/8hKwHO35I5E
2012 Festival: Saturday July 21st
Day Showings: $5 per showing
Evening Showing: $10
All Day Saturday Pass: $20 includes all 3 showings during the day and evening showing
Visit http://cliftonfilmfest.com for more information.
For more information about the film, visit: http://www.greatamericanwheatharvest.com
For more information about sponsorship packages, media interviews, speaking appearances of the filmmaker and questions, contact Jody L. Lamp, Lamp Public Relations & Marketing, call (406) 698-9675 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frederick, MD – April 25, 2012 – Continuing her efforts to speak out in support of American agriculture, Miss America 2011 Teresa Scanlan joins Maryland-based independent filmmaker, Conrad Weaver of ConjoStudios, LLC, to help promote and share the story of where our nation’s food comes from and how it is produced.
Filming on location from her hometown area of Gering and Scottsbluff, Neb., Scanlan plans to help Weaver voice a call to action for American agriculture to support and promote the production of the Wheat Harvest Movie, an American documentary set to release Spring 2014.
Scanlan says she is honored to be an advocate for the film, which will encompass a 10-state region and showcase the lives of hard-working American families, who spend as many as 100 days each year traveling from state to state harvesting the wheat that feeds the world.
“Because the average American is becoming generations removed from the farm, most people don’t understand the connection between the thousands of family farms across the country and the food that ends up on their table,” she says. “It’s important for us to keep telling the story and inform people about the farmers and harvesters that help make our food supply a safe, abundant, and affordable reality.”
Weaver applauds Scanlan’s continued efforts to speak out for agriculture and carry the positive story to non-agriculture audiences who might not otherwise hear the farmers and ranchers message.
“We couldn’t be more honored to be working with Teresa in this capacity and appreciate the national presence she brings to American agriculture,” he says. “The farmers and harvesters featured in the movie take an incredible financial risks to ensure this vital crop helps feed our nation and world.”
Weaver also recently collaborated with two Billings, Mont., based independent, public relations and marketing consultants to serve as ConjoStudios’ national executive co-coordinators for the Wheat Harvest Movie. Melody Dobson of Baseline Communications and Jody Lamp of Lamp Public Relations & Marketing will provide strategic planning, public relations and marketing services to bring a collaborated group of partners together for support of the project.
The new movie title will be announced soon. A promotional trailer for the film can be seen at www.wheatharvestmovie.com. A digital file of the promo trailer also is available upon request.
For more information about sponsorship packages, media interviews and questions, contact Jody L. Lamp, Lamp Public Relations & Marketing, call (406) 698-9675 or by email at email@example.com.
About ConjoStudios, LLC
ConjoStudios, LLC is owned and operated by award-winning videographer and producer, Conrad Weaver. Conrad has provided video services for government agencies, media agencies, large and small companies, non-profits and individuals.
Wheat Harvest Movie Twitter: @wheat_harvest
Website& Blog: http://www.conjostudios.com
Last evening I participated in the #agchat conversations on Twitter. If you’ve never participated, or are not on Twitter, I encourage you to sign up and join in. #agchat is a weekly chat session (Every Tuesday at 8PM EST) with people from all over the USA and from around the world who are involved in agriculture. This chat is usually sponsored by the AgChat Foundation. Each #agchat session has a moderator who poses questions for discussion, last night’s theme revolved around jobs/college degrees in agriculture. These sessions always give me an opportunity to talk about the Wheat Harvest Movie, and last night was no exception. At the beginning of each chat session there is time for introductions, then at the end we’re given opportunity to make a pitch, so that’s where I promote the film. The result is that I usually gain a number of followers for the @wheat_harvest twitter account, and I make meaningful connections with people interested in the project.
So, in case you’re wondering, here’s how it works:
2. Use Tweetdeck or Hootsuite to manage your twitter feeds. These applications will help you manage your tweets, and make it easier to follow specific conversations like #agchat. I like TweetDeck, mostly because I’m more familiar with it,but it is an application you’ll have to download to your computer. Hootsuite is great as well, and will work right in your web browser. There are also applications you can download for your smartphone if you want to go that route.
3. Begin following people (you can start with the @wheat_harvest twitter feeds) and then follow the #agchat hashtag. words with the # symbol in front are keywords you can find on Twitter. When you begin following a particular hashtag like #agchat, you can see all the tweets from people using that hashtag. And you can see past conversations in the #agchat archives.
To some of you, this is basic stuff, but if you’re still confused… just join me on Twitter, and I’ll help you. I hope to see you at the next #agchat!
On March 1-3 we’ll be attending the annual US Custom Harvesters convention in Grand Island, NE. We’ll be setting up an booth in the exhibit hall and talking with tons of people involved in the wheat harvest industry. We’re looking forward to connecting with harvesters, vendors, equipment dealers, growers and more! Be sure to let us know if you’re coming as well, we’d love to see you!
We’re working on putting together our booth space. We’ll have T-shirts to sell and give away, movie posters, and DVDs of the trailer. We’ll also have sponsorship forms for anyone who wants to come on board as a sponsor. We’re still needing to raise quite a bit of money in order to make this movie project a reality. So if you haven’t already made a contribution and would like to do so, please visit www.wheatharvestmovie.com and click on the “DONATE” button. Or if you’re a business and would like to be a Gold, Silver, or Bronze sponsor, send me an email and I’ll send you a sponsorship packet.
Until next time, have a great day!
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On November 16 and 17, several of us met in Manhattan, KS to talk with potential supporters and sponsors about the Wheat Harvest Movie. Attending the two-day meetings were Conrad Weaver, Director/Producer, Tracy Zeorian, Sponsor & President of USCHI and her daughter Jenna, and Moriah Wagner who helps with PR and Marketing for the Wheat Harvest Movie. We were privileged to attend a meeting with the reigning Miss America, Teresa Scanlan.
Along with meeting with Miss America, we met with Kerry Boydston Wefald from the Kansas FFA Foundation; Elaine H. Edwards, Coordinator at News Media and Marketing for K-State Research and Extension; Bill Spiegel with the Kansas Wheat Commission &
Kansas Assn. of Wheat Growers; Mark Fowler: International Grains Program and Grain Science Industry at Kansas State University; and Brian Strouts at AIB International.
We also stopped by the Kansas Farm Bureau and Tall Grass Brewing Company where we sampled a great wheat beer!
It was a very educational two days, and we hope that a number of these organizations will come on board with us as sponsors. Thanks to Moriah Wagner who did a great job of coordinating these meetings!