Presented by Think WY | Wyoming Humanities, JenTen Productions, Slow Food in the Tetons, and Cultivate
Think WY | Wyoming Humanities, JenTen Productions, Slow Food in the Tetons, and Cultivate present
Film Premiere: Hearts of Glass
June 1, 2019
The Center Theater
Doors open: 5:30 p.m. for Dinner + Movie (Cash Bar)
Doors open: 6:30 p.m. for Movie Only (Cash Bar)
Dinner: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Film and Post-Screening Q&A: 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Dinner + Movie Ticket: $55 - Get tickets here
- Dinner + Movie (limited to 109 tickets): Jedediah’s Catering is providing a delicious buffet-style dinner. Family style seating in the Center Lobby. Dinner from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Price $55 including Vendini fee.
Movie Only Ticket: $15 - Get tickets here
- Movie Only: Join us in the lovely Center Theater for the film premiere! Film starts at 7:00 p.m. After the film, stay for a 20-minute Q&A with the filmmaker and members of the cast. Price $15 including Vendini fee.
Hot off the film festival circuit! Join us for the Jackson premiere of “Hearts of Glass,” the latest award-winning JenTen documentary.
Cutting-edge food production meets social good in an ambitious experiment to provide year-round produce to a mountain town, while providing meaningful employment for community members with disabilities.
Come out to celebrate a homegrown story of innovation, inclusion, local food and community. The film follows the tumultuous first 15 months of Jackson Hole’s own high-tech hydroponic farm with a social mission, Vertical Harvest.
Here’s what folks are saying:
“The film is a breath of fresh air – inspiring, heartwarming and joyful.”
— Jess Swigonski, Programming Manager, Wild & Scenic Film Festival
“A big source of creative inspiration from a small town in Wyoming – a story of employment possibilities for community members with disabilities.”
— Donna Meltzer, CEO, National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities
The film, created by JenTen Productions under the fiscal sponsorship of Slow Food for the Tetons, was made possible by donations from over 350 individuals, families, organizations and businesses. Grant support was provided by Wyoming Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities, ThinkWY | Wyoming Humanities, Wyoming Arts Council, First Interstate BancSystem Foundation, Center of Wonder, and the Puffin Foundation. A full list of supporters can be found HERE.
The film is dedicated to longtime community members Dede McDonald and Bob Arndt. For more about their legacies, please visit www.heartsofglassfilm.com/dedication
Platinum: First Western Trust