Off the Grid: Life On The Mesa (DVD)
DIRECTED BY - Jeremy Stulberg, Randy Stulberg
IndiePix Price: $24.95
RUNTIME - 64 minutes
RATING - Not Rated
YEAR - 2007
FORMAT - DVD Region 1
SPECIAL FEATURES (DVD Only) -
"Off The Grid" Trailer, Deleted Scenes, Interviews with the Cast, Directors' /Cinematographers' Commentary, More at IndiePix!
Twenty-Five miles from town, a million miles from mainstream society, a loose-knit community of eco-pioneers, teenage runaways, war veterans and drop-outs, live on the fringe and off the grid, struggling to survive with little food, less water and no electricity, as they cling to their unique vision of the American dream.
- Starz First Look Student Film Festival 2008 (Denver, United States)
- AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival 2007 (Los Angeles, United States)
- Ann Arbor Film Festival 2007 (Ann Arbor, United States)
- Athens International Film Festival 2007 (Athens, Greece)
- BendFilm 2007 (Bend, United States)
- Chicago Underground Film Festival 2007 (Chicago, United States)
- Floating Film Festival 2007 (Traveling)
- Jihlava Film Festival 2007 (Jihlava, Czech Republic)
- Maine International Film Festival 2007 (Waterville, United States)
- Maryland Film Festival 2007 (Baltimore, United States)
- Jury Award (Best Documentary)
2007 Ann Arbor Film Festival (Ann Arbor, United States)
"An insightful study of an alternative American lifestyle" The Stulbergs,
whose film's stunning look is a combination of good cinematography and a majestic New Mexican landscape, achieved marvelous access to what has to
be a very closed and insular community, given where and how the inhabitants choose to live. The various characters come to vivid life.
- John Anderson, Variety
This docs co-directors, brother and sister, have wondered upon a terrific
subject: 16 square miles of New Mexico desert thats home to a ragtag group
Alternative lifestyleswritten by brad on Apr 22nd, 2011read all my reviews
this review is from: Off the Grid: Life On The Mesa (ON DEMAND)
This is a window into the the most extreme version of 'alternative lifestyles' I have ever seen. I would have never guessed that something like this existed in the states. With a shortage on almost everything essential (including sanity) the people on the Mesa miraculously make it year to year. A great glimpse into true alternative.