Slow Food in the Tetons, JenTen Productions and E.leaven Food Company invite the community to celebrate local food production, innovation, disability rights and the crowdfunding campaign for “Hearts of Glass.” Ms. Tennican said, “the possibility of these interest groups overlapping on a project like ‘Hearts of Glass’ is exciting – we love the idea of deepening existing community connections and creating new ones.”
In Production: Hearts of Glass
Hearts of Glass
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GET HEARTS OF GLASS TO THE FINALS – UNTOLD STORY RALLY on SEED&SPARK
JenTen Productions and Slow Food in the Tetons just wrapped up a successful 30-day crowdfunding campaign for "Hearts of Glass" on Seed&Spark, a one-stop platform that allows filmmakers to find funding, audience and distribution. Thanks to everyone who donated to or signed up to follow our campaign!Additional Opportunity for $25K and distribution into 100 million homes In order to make it to the finals of the rally, “Hearts of Glass” has to be one of the top 10 most followed projects by July 1st, the rally’s end date. If you are passionate about local food production, sustainability, innovation or disability rights, we hope you'll visit http://bit.ly/HeartsOfGlass and “FOLLOW.”
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JenTen Productions and Slow Food in the Tetons kick off a crowdfunding campaign for their new documentary collaboration, “Hearts of Glass.” They are teaming up to follow the critical first year of Jackson’s cutting-edge greenhouse, Vertical Harvest. This innovative business intends to provide year-round fresh produce and to provide meaningful employment to individuals with disabilities.