Curt Ellis co-produced and stars in the feature documentary “King Corn.”
The film, co-produced by Ian Cheney and produced and directed by Aaron Woolf, opens in theaters October 12. For more information on the film and its bookings, or to watch the trailer, visit www.kingcorn.net.
Curt grew up in Oregon, became interested in food and farms in college, and spent two years in Iowa growing an acre of corn and following its fate as fast food. He is 27.
Find a local showing of “King Corn” on the King Corn website. And now, just in time for holiday giving: “King Corn” is on DVD! Plus, for every DVD sold between now and Christmas, one dollar will go to support the Next Generation campaign of Practical Farmers of Iowa.
Join Curt and co-star Ian Cheney in the King Corn Challenge as they try to forgo industrialized corn.
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