Distributor:  MediaStorm
Length:  7 minutes
Date:  2008
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
Grade level: 4-12, college, adults
Color/BW:  Color
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Common Ground

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The American family farm gives way to a subdivision - a critical cultural shift across the U.S. Common Ground is a 14-year document of this transition, through the Cagwins and the Grabenhofers, two families who love the same plot of land.

Common Ground

The last half-century has seen the disappearance of the American family farm, and the grave cultural and environmental impact of the resulting suburban sprawl. This film is a 14-year document of this transition, through the personal experience of two families who love the same plot of land in its different reincarnations.

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Citation

Main credits

Strazzante, Scott (filmmaker)
Strazzante, Scott (photographer)
Stevens, Chad A. (film producer)

Other credits

Photography, Scott Strazzante; video, Wes Pope; original music, Andy Webster.


Distributor credits

Scott Strazzante

Photography and Interviews: Scott Strazzante
Video: Wes Pope
Original Music: Andy Webster
Producer: Chad A. Stevens
Executive Producer: Brian Storm

Docuseek2 subjects

Sociology
Sprawl

Distributor subjects

American Studies, Agriculture Sector, Farming, Family, Human geography, Photography, Sociology, Subrban Studies, Urban Studies
Expository
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Keywords

farm, subdivision, diptychs, suburban, sprawl, suburbia, cattle, Cagwin, Grabenhofer, Scott Strazzante, Wes Pope, Chad A. Stevens, Chad Stevens, Brian Storm, Common Ground, Common, Ground, country, land, rural, farmland, urban sprawl, Willow Walk, Harlow Cagwin, Jean Cagwin, Amanda Grabenhofer, Ed Grabenhofer, Another Country, Echoes of the Past; "Common Ground"; MediaStorm

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