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click to enlarge ALMOST GROWN A retired farmer road-trips with his granddaughter in the Vermont filmmakers’ feature debut, screening locally this week.

ALMOST GROWN A retired farmer road-trips with his granddaughter in the Vermont filmmakers’ feature debut, screening locally this week.

Movie Review: Vermont Filmmakers' 'Farmer of the Year' Avoids Corn in Its Portrait of Corn Country 

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Farmer of the Year
Rated NR · 103 min. · 2018
Official Site: yellowhousefilms.com/home/farmeroftheyear/#about
Director: Vince O'Connell and Kathy Swanson
Writer: Kathy Swanson
Producer: Vince O'Connell and Kathy Swanson
Cast: Barry Corbin, Terry Kiser, Mackinlee Waddell, Michelle O'Neill, Jim Lichtscheidl, David Tufford, Aaron Courteau, Beverly Golberg, Nancy Marvy and Jane Hammill

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Margot Harrison is the Associate Editor at Seven Days; she coordinates literary and film coverage. In 2005, she won the John D. Donoghue award for arts criticism from the Vermont Press Association.

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