KEN MARSOLAIS PRODUCTIONS BEGINS CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN FOR "THE BULLISH FARMER" DOCUMENTARY

KATONAH, N.Y., Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ken Marsolais Productions, a Westchester New York based film production company announces the launch of its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for The Bullish Farmer, a feature documentary that tells the story of John Ubaldo, aka "John Boy," who traded in his Wall Street career for a quiet life as a farmer.  Confronted with Big Agriculture's toxic food system, Ubaldo became a passionate activist to help preserve small farms and rural America.

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The producer, Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winner Ken Marsolais, is no stranger to the effect that important works of the theater and film can have to inspire and raise the consciousness of viewers. "This is the most important topic of our time: thoughtful food. People need to know before it's too late," Marsolais said. "The Bullish Farmer invites viewers to reconsider the cost that our food choices and farm policies have on the environment, our health and quality of life," Marsolais added.

While principal photography and editing has been completed, the funds that are raised will be used to finance the final stages of post-production and marketing, and produce a final screener copy should the film be accepted to Sundance, as well as for other film festivals and for the general public.

Co-producer and writer Nancy Vick said, "People who support this campaign for The Bullish Farmer are helping put clean and healthy farming practices into sharp, personal focus for so many.  We're thrilled to be at a stage where we can introduce the public to The Bullish Farmer."

About Ken Marsolais ProductionsKen Marsolais, a veteran of the stage and screen, formed Ken Marsolais Productions to produce The Bullish Farmer, which has been in production for the past three years. Amongst his many Broadway producing credits are The Shadow Box; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, directed by Edward Albee and starring Colleen Dewhurst and Ben Gazarra; Long Days Journey Into Night, starring Jason Robards and Colleen Dewhurst; and You Can't Take it With You, which was taped and shown on PBS and Showtime. He also directed opening and closing ceremonies in Savannah, Georgia for the 1996 Olympics, hosted by Walter Cronkite.  Marsolais' films include, award winning Ronald Mcdonald: The House That Love Built, hosted by Jason Robards; Philip C. Curtis: An American Original, a documentary on one of America's foremost artists, which aired on PB; and Each Day a Difference, a film on children and adults with extreme disabilities, hosted by Brian Dennehy.  For more information on The Bullish Farmer, please call 914-438-3181 or visit:

Official Website:   https://thebullishfarmer.com
On Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/thebullishfarmer/ 
On Twitter:  https://twitter.com/bullishfarmer
On Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/thebullishfarmer/
On YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbGjOA0jNV9FsaAr-vJhbrA

Email: thebullishfarmer@gmail.com

Release by: TimeLine Video – A New York based broadcast and digital media company. Contact Diane Cricchio914-591-7360

Contact:  Ken Marsolais
Ken Marsolais Productions
914-438-3181 
thebullishfarmer@gmail.com

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OF1Fn8mEspc

Media Contact: Diane Cricchio, TimeLine VIdeo, 914-591-7360, diane@timelinevideo.com

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