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Watch Boone and learn about the struggles of modern farmers

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Date: Sunday (8/27)

Time: 7 p.m.

Place: Four Day Weekend

Cost: $10


Searching for a fair-priced and informational way to spend your Sunday evening?

This weekend, the 2017 Sunday Cinema Series is presenting the documentary Boone at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 27, at Sundance Square’s Four Day Weekend. Tickets can be purchased at the link above for $10.

“The Sunday Cinema Series brings the best of classic Hollywood movies, documentaries, foreign films, short films and independent films that you won’t find anywhere else,” the website reads. “Help us make the Sunday Cinema Series a Sunday tradition in Fort Worth.”

BOONE documents the lives of farm founder Mookie Moss and farmers Dana and Zac and as they work, sun up to sundown, to support their land and animals.

Mookie and his fellow farmers try to sustain themselves, their way of life and their farm, but strict government laws and regulations can sometimes obstruct them.

“In the plethora of farm films structured around advocacy, BOONE stands out; it’s cinematic and sensory approach explores this forgotten rural landscape and the harsh reality of a small farm trying to survive,” the website reads.

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