The Barn Raisers

The Barn Raisers

"The Barn Raisers" historical documentary feature film tells the story of barns in the Midwest by examining them through the lens of architecture. What do barn settings, styles, methods and materials tell us about the people who built them, the life they lived, and the role these vanishing country cathedrals played in the settling and building of a growing nation? Barns were constructed by farmer-craftsmen, professional builders who traveled from job to job and even architects like Frank Lloyd Wright. "The Barn Raisers" paints a cinematic portrait of barns and builders, and reminds us that these remnants from America's rural past are still here to be appreciated and experienced.

Running Time
56 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Kelly Rundle
Kelly Rundle, Tammy Rundle
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Barn Raisers» (16)

Sharon Hayes avatar
Sharon Hayes

looooooved this movie

Angela D. avatar
Angela D.

I have to say it is the best movie ever. The directors made no mistakes. It is just perfect!

Donald Ray avatar
Donald Ray

Great writing, great pacing, great story telling, and a perfect ending

Jean M. avatar
Jean M.

The film features absolutely stunning cinematography, a great cast and a very good story.

Charles A. avatar
Charles A.

I want to point out that the movie might have been long but I enjoyed every second of the movie and it was not a drag at all. There is no other way that would have made a perfect movie like this better.

Sean Hanson avatar
Sean Hanson

These movies are never boring to me. I enjoyed it!

Lauren F. avatar
Lauren F.

An absolute must see for everyone, and I'm positive that I’ll never see another movie better than this, and this will stay at #1 on my list forever.

Gerald Howard avatar
Gerald Howard

What a great movie. The characters journey was perfect in every way. The mood and feel changes were riveting.