- Directed by: Liz Marshall
- Released: 2019 (educational)
- Year of Production: 2018
"Liz Marshall's Midian Farm is a fascinating personal journey that gives us an intimate look at the dreams and disappointments surrounding an idealistic life experiment." - Chris Hegedus, Pennebaker Hegedus Films
"A very personal act of excavation and reclamation that speaks to the ideals and disappointments of a generation." - Tom Charity, Vancouver International Film Festival
"Through beautiful footage, Midian Farm reveals the contours of a Christian rural utopian community in the late nineteen sixties and early seventies. Amidst the warmth of a southern Ontario summer, the reunion of many of its members plumbs the depths of what it means to have hope and work hard for a vision while revisiting the site to see the poignant kindled flame four decades later." - Dr. Christopher Ross, Clinical Psychologist, Emeritus Associate Professor in Psychology and Religion, Wilfrid Laurier University
Liz Marshall is an award-winning Canadian film and television director based in Toronto. Since the 1990s she has written, directed, filmed and produced independent documentaries and been part of film and television teams, creating broadcast, theatrical, and cross-platform productions shot around the globe. She is known for the critically acclaimed feature documentary The Ghosts In Our Machine (2013), Water On The Table (2010) and for Midian Farm (2018). She is currently completing Meat the Future, to be released in 2020.