Midian Farm

Spanning forty-five years, a community looks back at a piece of formative history

From 1971 – 1977 Midian Farm was a back-to-the-land social experiment created by a community of urban baby-boomers from Toronto. Part of the youth counter-culture movement during a period of social and political re-imagining, its utopian vision eventually collapsed. More than four decades later, filmmaker Liz Marshall investigates the personal, social, and political underpinnings of Midian Farm in an attempt to understand and put to rest a formative chapter of her family history.

Directed and Produced by Liz Marshall
Edited by Mike Munn
Cinematography by Liz Marshall, John Price, Justin Lovell
Music by Ken Whitely
Production Coordinator Nathalie Klinck
Assistant Editor Ellen DesRues
Post-Production Technical Supervisor David Bitton
Additional Cinematography Karin Culliton, Esery Mondesir
Music Supervisor Amy Fritz
Supervising Sound Editor Garrett Kerr
Supervising Re-Recording Mixer Daniel Pellerin
Location Sound Recordists Peter Sawade, Mike Filippov, Chris Miller
Web Design Karin Culliton

(2018, 1 x 90)
Canada | Color | 5.1 Surround
Produced by LizMars Productions
With the support of the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council (other TBA)
Distributor: Indiecan Entertainment