Farmland Film Now Available on Hulu

We are pleased to share that Farmland, the documentary from Academy Award®-winning director James Moll, has made its streaming debut on Hulu!   For this month, the documentary will be available exclusively on Hulu, providing you the opportunity to stream the film using several devices, including connected TVs, Blu-Ray players, gaming consoles, computers, tablets and mobile devices.

Farmland is a documentary about agriculture in the US that was funded by the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance. Six farmers and ranchers from across the country describe their experiences of and views on modern agriculture. The goal of the film is to bridge the gap between food growers and food consumers by presenting farmers’ and ranchers’ perspectives on producing food.

The film aims to do this by focusing on the lives of six farmers in their 20s. They each show and explain what it is like to farm and ranch with modern agriculture practices…expressing their views on controversial topics such as genetically modified crops, the use of antibiotics in animal feeds, and the treatment of animals.


There are two primary ways to access content on Hulu:

  •, via a personal computer. Completely free, but does feature ads.
  • Hulu Plus, the site’s subscription-based service, is the method to access content when streaming from a mobile device, such as a phone or tablet. Features limited advertising.

You can also check out the official trailer for the feature length documentary at   Produced by Moll’s Allentown Productions, Farmland was shown in more than 170 theaters across the country, and secured reviews in several national mediums and recognition in film festivals across the country, including Atlanta, Cleveland and Newport Beach, Calif. The film also earned a 92 percent audience rating on



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