A new documentary film on farming is set to be released nationally on May 1st. The film is being viewed in private screenings in several cities this week in celebration of National Ag Week. Produced by award winning director James Moll, “Farmland” features six twenty-something farmers and ranchers from around the U.S. as they chronicle their day to day lives working farms and ranches that have often been passed down through generations. The film received generous support from the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance, which consists of nearly 80 farmer and rancher-led organizations and their agricultural partners representing virtually all aspects of agriculture. USFRA works at connecting with consumers who have questions about how their food is grown and raised. Moll says that audiences will hear thoughts and opinions about agriculture from the farmers and ranchers themselves - not from him, and not from corporations. Moll, who admits that he didn’t know much about agriculture before this film, says that he found himself immersed in a community of some of the most hard working, passionate people he had ever met while making “Farmland”. To view the trailer visit www.farmlandfilm.com.