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Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry ()


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A portrait of the world as lensed through the works of farmer, writer and activist Wendell Berry.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Berry Jr. ...
Himself (voice)
Mary Berry ...
Herself
Tanya Berry ...
Herself
Wendell Berry ...
Himself (voice)
John Logan Brent ...
Himself - Henry County Judge
Earl L. Butz ...
Himself - Former Secretary of Agriculture (archiveFootage)
Curtis Combs ...
Himself
Arwen Donahue ...
Herself
Michael Douglas ...
Himself
Juan Javier Reyes ...
Himself
Dale Roberts ...
Himself
Mark Roberts ...
Himself
Steve Smith ...
Himself
Phoebe Wagoner ...
Herself
Andy Zaring ...
Himself

Directed by

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Laura Dunn
Jef Sewell ... (co-director)

Produced by

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Owsley Brown ... co-producer
Laura Dunn ... producer
Gill Holland ... co-producer
Lynsey Tamsen Jones ... associate producer
Terrence Malick ... executive producer
Brenda Mitchell ... co-producer
Elaine Musselman ... co-producer
Nick Offerman ... co-producer
Marla Quintana ... line producer
Robert Redford ... executive producer
Hugh Schulze ... associate producer
Jef Sewell ... producer

Music by

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Kerry Muzzey

Cinematography by

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Lee Daniel

Film Editing by

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Laura Dunn

Editorial Department

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Daniel Stuyck ... colorist

Art Department

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Wesley Bates ... art illustrator
Jef Sewell ... visual design

Sound Department

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Justin Hennard ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Terence Chu ... additional cinematography (as Terry Chu)
James Baker Hall ... still photographer: archival footage
Spencer Meffert ... steadicam operator
Mark Musick ... additional cinematographer: archival footage
David Peterson ... still photographer: archival footage
Sarah Wylie VanMeter ... additional cinematographer

Other crew

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Madeleine Akers ... archival research
Edgar Sandoval ... insurance broker

Thanks

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Megan Amram ... special thanks
Leah Bayens ... special thanks
Teresa Biagi ... special thanks
Andrew Bird ... special thanks
Regina Black ... special thanks
Ina Brown Bond ... special thanks
Cary Brown ... special thanks
Christina Lee Brown ... special thanks
Eliza Brown ... special thanks
Bo Burnham ... special thanks
John Cardellino ... special thanks
Dave Charleton ... special thanks
Willie Cheuvront ... special thanks
Jim Crosby ... special thanks
Julie Day ... special thanks
Nina De Clercq ... special thanks
Georganna Dunn ... special thanks
Kristin Feely ... special thanks
Sean Flynn ... special thanks
Rosalie Guthrie ... special thanks
Holly Herrick ... special thanks
Stephanie Hunt ... special thanks
Marc Evan Jackson ... special thanks
Robert Jensen ... special thanks
Donna Kail ... special thanks
Stephanie Kertis ... special thanks
Christos V. Konstantakopoulos ... special thanks
Virginia Lee ... special thanks
Sheridan Lorenz ... special thanks
Laura Michalchyshyn ... special thanks
Kirk Miles ... special thanks
Brenda Mitchell ... special thanks
Wade Mitchell ... special thanks
Steve Moore ... special thanks
Harriett Peyton ... special thanks
Jonathan Rice ... special thanks
Karen Robertstad ... special thanks
Holly Sabiston ... special thanks
Steve Saley ... special thanks
Scott Smith ... special thanks
Meredith Stephens ... special thanks
Mary Ann Taylor-Hall ... special thanks
Sarah Wylie VanMeter ... special thanks
Cynthia Wilcox ... special thanks
Grey Zeitz ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry (United States)
  • Forty Panes (United States)
  • The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry
  • The Seer: A Conversation with Wendell Berry
  • Forty Panes
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Runtime
  • 82 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Though his face is not visible, co-producer Nick Offerman can be seen making a three-legged claro walnut stool by hand in the film. See more »
Quotes Wendell Berry: We all come from divorce, now. This is an age of divorce. Things that belong together have been taken apart, and you can't put it all back together again. What you do is the only thing that you can do: you take two things that ought to be together and you put them back together. Two things, not all things. That's the way the work has to go.
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