Wed, Mar 28
The Garden Conservancy is proud to announce the US theater release of The Gardener, a full-length documentary film about Frank Cabot, renowned plantsman and Garden Conservancy founder, and his creation of Les Quatre Vents, his magnificent garden in Québec.
Wednesday, March 28; All showings at 7 p.m.
• Atlanta, GA - Midtown Art Cinema
• Boston, MA - Embassy Cinema
• Chicago, IL - Renaissance Place Cinema
• Dallas, TX - The Magnolia
• Minneapolis, MN - Edina Cinema
• New York, NY - The Landmark at 57 West
• Philadelphia, PA - Ritz Five
• San Francisco, CA - Embarcadero Center Cinema
• Washington, DC - E Street Cinema
The Gardener is a film that reflects upon the meaning of gardening and its impact on our lives. Shortly before his passing at the age of 86, influential gardener and plantsman Frank Cabot recounts his personal quest for perfection at Les Quatre Vents, his twenty-acre English style garden and summer estate that was opened to a film crew for the first time ever in 2009. Nestled amongst the rolling hills of the Charlevoix County in Quebec, Les Quatre Vents has become one of the world’s foremost private gardens. Created over 75 years and three generations, it is an enchanted place of beauty and surprise, a horticultural masterpiece of the 21st century. Through the words of Cabot and his family, and with the participation of gardening experts and writers, the film looks back at this remarkable man's personal story and the artistic philosophy that gave birth to one of the greatest gardens in the world. One hour, 24 minutes; directed by Sébastien Chabot
Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, is a leading all rights distributor of independent feature films and documentaries. Founded in 2006, Gravitas connects independent filmmakers and producers with distribution opportunities across the globe. Working with talented directors and producers, Gravitas Ventures has distributed thousands of films into over a hundred million homes in North America and over one billion homes wordwide. Recent releases include Score: A Film Music Documentary; California Typewriter; Legion of Brothers, Katie Holmes' feature directorial debut; All We Had; Colin Hanks' All Things Must Pass; Being Evel from Academy Award winning director Daniel Junge and producer Johnny Knoxville; and For the Love of Spock from director Adam Nimoy.