Thursday, November 19, 2009

Mad City Chickens Screens in Kingston, Ontario Tonight!

November 19th, Kingston, Ontario Canada - Public Screening presented by Urban Agriculture Kingston - 7:00pm Ellis Auditorium, 58 University Ave.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

We're in Gainesville for Screening Tonight!

Mad City Chickens screened at 7:00 pm tonight at the Civic Media Center, 433 S. Main Street, Gainesville, Florida.

Around 40 people attended and gave us a warm southern welcome. The current ordinance on poultry-keeping in Gainesville is a little fuzzy with the best guess being a legal limit of 2 chickens. Locals hope to get the law re-written to clearly state the legality of backyard hens and to increase the number of birds allowed.

A lively and lengthy chicken dialogue followed the film with the sharing of lots of chicken advice and stories.

A special thanks to the folks at the Civic Media Center for hosting the film. From left: Jimmy, Robbie and Joe, flanked by the filmmakers Tashai and Robert

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Chicks and Gators

Packing the chicken swag bag. Selling merchandise helps fund future Tarazod movie projects.

The final preparations are being made for our upcoming trip to Gainesville where on Saturday November 14th we'll be holding the Florida premiere of Mad City Chickens. The 7:00 pm screening will take place at the Civic Media Center, 433 S. Main Street in Gainesville. Hoping to see some Gators at our screening!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Mad City Chickens screens in British Columbia tonight

Salmon Arm, British Columbia is a small community located about 200 miles (320 kilometers) northeast of Vancouver. Canadians from coast to coast are letting it be known that they want their chickens within the city, and citizens in Salmon Arm are no different.

Tonight the Committee for a Strong, Sustainable Salmon Arm is sponsoring a public screening of Mad City Chickens - 7:00pm CASSSA office, 351 Hudson Ave.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Blanchardville Screening a Cozy Success

The little village of Blanchardville, Wisconsin has a population of only 800 or so, but last night's screening there was a pleasure to experience. About 30 people filled the cozy backroom of the River Valley Trading Company where they watched Mad City Chickens. A lively and lovely Q&A followed with talk about chickens, goats and future Tarazod projects.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Two Chicken Screenings Today!

~November 7th, 2009 Bellingham, Washington USA - Public Screening presented by Pickford Film Center - 12:00pm Pickford Cinema, 1416 Cornwall Ave.

~November 7th, 2009 Blanchardville, Wisconsin USA - Public Screening presented by River Valley Trading Company - 7:00pm River Valley Trading Company, 204 S. Main St,  Filmmakers scheduled to attend.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Slow Foof St. Louis Sponsors Public Screening of Chicken Film

Mad City Chickens screens tonight in St. Louis! Public screening presented by Slow Food St. Louis - 6:00pm Schlafly Bottleworks, 7260 Southwest Ave.

Followed by urban chicken Q&A with animal husbandry expert Merryl Winstein and local urban farmers Justin and Danielle Leszcz of Yellow Tree Farm.