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Bon-odori Dance Festival is going to present a PopUp Theater on Seed Song Farm in Kingston to screen three anti-war and anti-nuclear movies.  It will be outdoor or under the big event tent for the rainy day.  There will be lots of fresh air, stars in the sky and delicious refreshments

and drinks prepared with farm produce.  

Please bring your own blankets, chairs and bug repellents.  

Suggested donation:  Adult/$10, Children under 12 years/FREE, Family of 3 or more/$20

Please follow THE COVID-19 SAFE MEASURES, and wear masks, keep social distance

and wash hands.  No masks or No movies.  These events are limited for first 50 people. 

Seed Song Farm, a nonprofit, will provide farm-produced refreshments and accept donations.

The menu of the refreshments will be found in the bottom of this page. 


registration and serving refreshments start at 8 pm

Seed Song Farm and Center, 160 Esopus Ave, Kingston, NY 12401

     Phone (845) 853-8111  Youko Yamamoto

     (only cancellations for lightning or heavy storm)

9 pm - 12:30 am



SAT.  AUG 1st 

In this corner of the world


2016 ‧ War/Animation ‧ PG-13 ‧ 2h 9m

The film is set in the 1930s–1940s in Hiroshima and Kure in Japan, roughly 10 years before and after the atomic bomb, but mainly in 1944–45. In the film, nature and traditional culture in Japan are clearly described and contrasted with the cruel and irredeemable scenes brought by the war. Though it is a fictional account, the official guidebook of the film claims that the episodes and background of the story are based on facts and real incidents researched by the production staff. In the film, the lost townscape of pre-war Hiroshima, damaged by the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, is revived in the scenes, following old photos, documents, and the memories of living people.

Director: Sunao Katabuchi
The original manga: Fumiyo Kōno
Character design: Hidenori Matsubara
Producer: MAPPA

The screening of "In This Corner of the World" is permitted by courtesy of Shout Factory

All rights reserved

The horses of Fukushima


2013 ‧ Documentary ‧ 1h 14m

No one would have imagined the absurd fate awaiting Mirror's Quest and his fellow horses of Fukushima. Almost dying in the tsunami; exposed to radiation inside the 20-km zone of the nuclear meltdown; left for weeks without fodder; shut away in stables for months because of governmental red tape. The horses are kept alive because of the role they must play in the grand annual horse festival with a 1,000-year history, but they've become a headache for the authorities. Initial release: November 2013 (Tripoli)
Director: Yojyu Matsubayashi
Cinematography: Yojyu Matsubayashi
Editor: Yojyu Matsubayashi
Producers: Yoshiko Hashimoto, Shigeki Kinoshita

The screening of "The Horses of Fukushima" is permitted by courtesy of

Ishikawa Munetaka with TOHFU 東風

All rights reserved


9 pm - 12:30 am

SUN.  AUG 2nd

In this corner of the world


2016 ‧ War/Animation ‧ 2h 9m

details same as above

voices from Chernobyl


2016 ‧ Drama ‧ 1h 2m

Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster is a book about the Chernobyl disaster by the Belarusian Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich. At the time of the disaster, Alex- ievich was a journalist living in Minsk, the capital of what was then the Byelorussian

Soviet Socialist Republic.
Director: Pol Cruchten
Writers: Svetlana Alexievich (based on the novel: "Voices from Chernobyl" by, 1997)

direction and screenplay: Pol Cruchten
Stars: Dinara Drukarova, Camille Saltet de Sablet d'Estières, Marc Citti

The screening of "Voices from Chernobyl" was permitted by courtesy of Jeanne Geiben in memory of Pol Cruchten who directed beautiful movies for the world and passed away in 2019.

All rights reserved





Seed Song Farm & Center is Ulster County’s community farm. Through our weekly vegetable pickup CSA with “Farm Feed Your Neighbor” program, Farm/Food/Nature youth summer camp and AfterSchool programs featuring scholarships for low-income families, Community Tree Nursery partnership, and farm-based multi-arts events, the farm is re-kindling a cultural reverence for the land and advancing beloved regeneration. 


The farm‘s beautiful location at the edge of the Catskills along the Esopus Creek supports meaningful experiences with the land and its bounty.


Seed Song Farm will provide farm-fresh food and drink refreshments available by donation during the PopUp Farm Theater. The event also coincides with the grand opening of our new farm store, and we invite participants to stop in for refreshments and special sales.


Cucumbers, Cherry tomatoes, Sweet corn, Green beans

Cabbage leaves, Blackberries, Shiitake mushrooms


Maple syrup

Local artisanal bread and cheese


Ground cherries will tentatively be featured




Sumac lemonade


Bottled drinks

Seed Song Farm and Center, 160 Esopus Ave, Kingston, NY 12401

     Phone (845) 902-8154 Creek

     Seed Song Farm, a nonprofit, will provide farm-produced refreshments and accept donations 

Seed Song Farm & Center

Farm Cafe Menu

POPUP THEATER ON THE FARM  Aug 1st & 2nd 2020

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