Fye Farm

A "documentary" film crew visits a new-age hipster commune known as “Fye Farm”, to uncover the true history about the land and its original owners.

  • Amani Hagmagid
  • Kenneth Franklin
  • Camden Walent
  • Haley Kay Janeda
    Key Cast
    "Madeline Paulson"
  • Kathleenah Accilien
    Key Cast
    "Cassidy Yates"
  • Donnie Brown Jr.
    Key Cast
    "The Interviewer"
  • Stephen Ingram
    Director of Photography
  • Kristina Flansburg
    Assistant Director
  • Kellan Beaver
    Script Supervisor
  • Jennifer Staron
    Production Designer
  • Jesse Knowles
    Assistant Camera
  • Lindsey Paulette
    Grip & Electric
  • Nicholas Rall
    Grip & Electric
  • Ari Feldman
    Sound Mixer
  • Kennan McLaren
    Boom Operator
  • Danielle Phan
    Line Producer
  • Owen Jarrells
    Line Producer
  • Stephen Ingram
    Post Supervisor
  • Danielle Phan
  • Kristina Flansburg
    Assistant Editor
  • Jennifer Staron
  • Ashley-Nicole Meadows
    Sound Editor
  • David Fellowes
    Sound Editor
  • Danielle Phan
    Casting Assistant
  • Joseph Puccio
    Casting Assistant
  • Camden Walent
    Festivals & Marketing
  • Kayla Eslin
    Festivals & Marketing
  • Camden Walent
    Music Supervisor
  • Yasemin Rees
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Mockumentary, Drama, Comedy
  • Runtime:
    12 minutes 3 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    2,397 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Virginia Commonwealth University of the Arts
Director Biography - Amani Hagmagid

Amani Hagmagid is a current Undergraduate Student at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is majoring in Cinema with minors in History and Creative Writing. Her interests are in Directing and Writing for film and television. She hopes to use film to advocate for mental health, race, and religion. She believes that film representation can grow in many ways, and hopes to help change the film industry.

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Director Statement

"Fye Farm is a tale of legacy and keeping it alive. Gentrification and erasure are a continuing issue in today’s society, and this film gives a unique spin on how to preserve the past, even if the landscape of society changes. Privilege is alive in many ways, and this film makes you stop and think about what privileges one has that they don’t frequently recognize."