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Indiana Humanities
Worm Land
In "Worm Land," farmer Keith Miller champions sustainable agriculture, embracing no-till practices and advocating for nightcrawlers - not the little wigglers. As he faces retirement, he reflects on a lifetime dedicated to the land.
Symbiotic Hum
Symbiotic Hum is an audiovisual poem that celebrates Indiana’s native biodiversity. Through animation, soundscapes, poetry, and macro/microscope videography, the film takes audiences on an enchanting exploration of the natural world from new perspectives.
Finding Our Sense Of Place In Madison County
The landscape in Indiana plays a significant role in the identity of Hoosiers, especially the 20-mile stretch of the White River that flows through Madison County. For centuries, individuals have utilized this Indiana landscape to contemplate and commune with the natural world, positively impacting their psychological and spiritual well-being and bolstering their mental health and happiness.
Grown In Gary
A classic Hoosier story of farms, faith, friends, and community—told with a Calumet twist! "Grown In Gary" documents a growing movement in Northwest Indiana.
Launching the Lagoon
Nestled in Gary, Indiana's Marquette Park, the Lagoon Outlook Garden (LOG), is a sensory experience for people of all ages and abilities. "Launching the Lagoon" highlights this community project to showcase how private-public partnerships that source ideas from their citizens can become places of refuge and restoration.
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Regenerate Indiana: Land and People Made Whole
“Regenerate Indiana: Land and People Made Whole” explores the interconnectedness of land and people through the perspectives of incarcerated college students at Moreau College (MCI), an undergraduate degree program of Holy Cross College situated in Westville Correctional Facility.
ROOT BLACK
A poetic documentary that weaves through time to explore the relationship between African Americans and the natural world by highlighting our agrarian heritage rife with both beauty and pain.
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From the shores of Lake Michigan to the fields and farms of central Indiana, the Indiana Humanities Unearthed Film Series features Indiana filmmakers exploring the unique relationships between Hoosiers and the land we call Indiana. Through these intimate looks into the lives of Indiana residents working, exploring, and caring for the land, the films document new perspectives on how Hoosiers today understand their connections to the natural world.


Indiana Humanities is a statewide nonprofit that infuses the humanities—topics like history, literature, philosophy, and cultural studies—into our daily lives. They do this by providing grants, convening discussions, uplifting humanities scholars, spotlighting cultural organizations and activities, and creating their own programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read and talk. You can learn more about Indiana Humanities' programs and grants by visiting www.IndianaHumanities.org or following them on social media @INhumanities.