One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts

Peter Byck, Hal Honigsberg, Todd Johnson and FlexiP, Ming Tai, Jim and Paula Crown | 2016 | 15 min.

2017 Official Selection

one-hundred-thousand-beating-heartsDirector Peter Byck’s short film “One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts” tells the story of fourth generation cattleman Will Harris’s evolution from industrial, commodity cowboy to sustainable, humane food producer, whilst breathing new life into a community left behind and forgotten due to, as Will says, the industrialization of agriculture.

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See this film on tour near you:

September 29, 2017 Taos NM Taos Community Auditorium
September 28, 2017 Pismo Beach CA Pismo Beach State Golf Club
September 27, 2017 Kansas City Metro KS Glenwood Arts Ranchmart Theatre
September 26, 2017 Kerrville TX Schreiner University
September 25, 2017 Kansas City Metro KS Glenwood Arts Ranchmart Theatre
September 22, 2017 Carbondale IL Guyon Auditorium
September 22, 2017 Reno NV Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater
September 14, 2017 Miles City MT
September 14, 2017 Gardiner MT Gardiner High School
September 13, 2017 Quincy CA Town Hall Theatre
September 9, 2017 Mineral Point WI Mineral Point Opera House
September 8, 2017 Billings MT Babcock Theater
June 8, 2017 Crested Butte CO Center for the Arts
June 7, 2017 Gunnison CO Western State Colorado University
May 13, 2017 Placerville CA Imagination Theater
May 13, 2017 Gainesville GA Brenau Downtown Center
May 6, 2017 Sonora CA Indigeny Apple Orchard
April 20, 2017 Green Bay WI Backstage at the Meyer
April 20, 2017 Suffern NY Suffern Lafayette Theater
April 14, 2017 Portsmouth NH The Music Hall
April 4, 2017 Champaign IL The ART Theatre Co-op
March 29, 2017 Madison WI Barrymore Theatre
March 18, 2017 Salida CO Salida Steam Plant Theater
March 11, 2017 Sierra Madre CA Sierra Madre City Hall
March 9, 2017 El Segundo CA Old Town Music Hall
March 4, 2017 Ventura CA Poinsettia Pavillion
February 23, 2017 West Chester PA Chester County Historical Society
February 8, 2017 Bozeman MT Emerson Cultural Center