Boone explores the unsentimental journey of three young goat farmers and the gritty, complex reality of living off the land.
This is an experiential film: there are no interviews with farmers or agricultural experts. The goal is the experience; dealing with the realities of a season of farming and the physical and emotional grit born of self-reliance. Filmed over two years, Boone is a sensual homage to the liberation inherent in self-discipline and risk.
Christopher LaMarca is an award winning director and photographer. Most recently he was named one of the 25 New Faces of Film by Filmmaker Magazine for 2014. His documentary feature Brick, is currently in production with executive producers Impact Partners and has received support from Sundance, Chicken and Egg, and the Arcus foundation. Christopher is represented by Redux pictures photo agency. His monograph Forest Defenders: The Confrontational American Landscape was published by pOwerhouse books. His work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography and included in publications such as Aperture and American Photography. Christopher contributes to publications such as Rollingstone, GQ, New York Magazine, The Sunday Times, Time, and Mother Jones.
Katrina Taylor is an award-winning filmmaker who has worked in the field of documentary film production and distribution for over ten years. Katrina served as assistant editor with the Academy Award winning “The Empowerment Project,” and was an associate producer for the Discovery Channel Global Education Project. She acted as Director of Acquisitions for Collective Eye, spearheading the acquisitions, marketing, and digital delivery of documentary films to the educational market. She is currently producing and editing Boone and is the assistant editor for the documentary feature Brick.