FARM is a 3D experimental melodrama and abstract tragicomedy using multiple intersecting story lines, fractured editing, and pulsating color fields. Set on a fictional urban farm in San Francisco, FARM contrasts the romantic ideal of nature with the fragility of human relationships to reflect on loss, family disfunction, merciless progress, and mortality.

Written and directed by Dale Hoyt and produced and engineered in stereoscopic 3D by David Lawrence, FARM features a score by Chrome, Annette Peacock, Cameron Ember, and Lian Amber and stars Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough, Cliff Hengst, Winston Tong, Helios Creed, Annie Sprinkle, Monet Clark, Róisín Isner, Armand Caputi, and is the final screen appearance of legendary San Francisco performer Arturo Galster.

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  • Dale Hoyt
    The Complete Anne Frank, Over My Dead Body, Who Shot M.M.?, Your World Dies Screaming, Transgenic Hairshirt
  • Dale Hoyt
  • David Lawrence
  • Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough
    Key Cast
  • Cliff Hengst
    Key Cast
  • Róisín Isner
    Key Cast
  • Winston Tong
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  • Monet Clark
    Key Cast
  • Armand Caputi
    Key Cast
  • Helios Creed
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Other
  • Genres:
    Experimental, Drama, Comedy, 3D
  • Runtime:
    35 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 5, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    10,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, 1080p stereoscopic 3D
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Director Biography - Dale Hoyt

Dale Hoyt has been involved in the making, curation, and criticism of media art for over 40 years. His videotapes and drawings are in numerous permanent museum collections including MOMA in New York City, The Anne Frank House, and The Getty Museum.

During the '90s Dale spent several years curating video at The Kitchen in NYC. During the 2000’s Hoyt concentrated on teaching in the Bay Area and creating a new body of video dealing with the themes of man, technology and the natural world. He also completed the first official music video of Jazz/Rock pioneer Annette Peacock (young,) in collaboration with David Lawrence, which screened at The Whitney Museum of American Art as part of the Blues For Smoke performance series, April 26, 2013

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