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The thriving Midwestern family farm is no longer, having been choked by industrialized agriculture and replanted with subdivisions. A shifting economy, combined with an old-fashioned lifestyle that doesn't translate from generation to generation, is forever altering the landscape.


Danny Wilcox Frazier was born and raised in Iowa. He loves the place and worries over its lost way of life, even as he knows what it feels like to be a young man and want to leave.


Carrying one camera and one lens, Frazier walks Iowa's gravel roads, gets his feet wet in the milking barn, pulls up a stool in the small-town bar. Through black-and-white photographs, he makes a record of his own emotions as he travels through the state. What results is a complex portrait of a well-loved American landscape at a time of enormous cultural change.


Published: May 18, 2009


Credits

Photography: Danny Wilcox Frazier
Director: Danny Wilcox Frazier
Producer: Eric Maierson
Executive Producer: Brian Storm
Cinematography: Taylor Gentry
Original Music: Ben Schmidt
Audio: Chris Vanderwall
Additional Audio: John Richard
Graphics: Tim Klimowicz
Transcription: Jessica Stuart
Production Assistance: Tim Hussin
Additional Camera: Danny Wilcox Frazier, Aaron Preusch
Interns: Lindsey Walters, Robin Svec
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