FORM: Feature-Length Documentary
RUN TIME: 01 hr : 18 min : 26 sec.
SHOOTING FORMAT: Standard Definition
SYNOPSIS: Mad City Chickens is a sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical look at the people who keep chickens in their urban backyards. From chicken experts and authors to a rescued landfill hen and an inexperienced family that decides to take the poultry plunge--it’s a humorous and heartfelt trip through the world of backyard chickendom. Even a mad professor and a giant hen get into the act!
TAGLINE: The return of the urban backyard chicken!
LINKS: press kit, facebook, DVD
SCREENINGS: Since its 2008 premiere, Mad City Chickens has played in over 200 cities and in three countries, appearing in a multitude of film festivals, film series, and other public screening venues, as well as on Public Television.
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Mad City Chickens is as informative as it is entertaining, and it wouldn't be surprising if more than a few audience members went home and started pricing chicks and coops. Jane Burns, The Capital Times Read full review
'I never thought I would sit here mesmerized, open-mouthed over a chicken movie,' declared one audience member at the end of the evening. Neither did I. Kristian Knutsen, Isthmus Daily PageRead what lots of others have had to say about this film (and our more recent projects too) on the press and reviews thread.
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HOLD A PUBLIC SCREENING:
Mad City Chickens is now available for public screenings for a fee of $25 per showing. A licensing contract is required to screen the film to groups, organizations and the general public.
To arrange a public screening for your group, organization, school, university, city council, public library, church, coffee shop or movie theater, email us at: email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: Any public screening, presentation or distribution of the Mad City Chickens film is strictly prohibited unless directly authorized via contract with Tarazod Films & Media LLC.
2008 FESTIVAL PREMIERE: