Here’s a synposis of the movie: The beauty of the land cannot mask the brutality of a farm town. As harvest draws near, Betty discovers her family is under threat. Desperate to turn things around, she contemplates an illegal but well-compensated job offer. Variety called the film, “inexorably powerful…riveting” … “Joanne Kelly sparkles.” Filmmaker, Kimberly Levin and producer, Kurt Pitzer will do a Q&A following the screening.
Win your tickets by submitting your best farm photos on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook; tag them #runoff and #edibleeastend. Filmmaker, Kimberly Levin, will pick her favorites. Two tickets will be given away for the Friday, October 10, screening in East Hampton and two for the Sunday, October 12, screening in Sag Harbor.