THE FARM BOY is a feature-length film currently in production in Vermont. The film tells the story of Calvin Dillard, a milk truck driver living on a small hillside farm in the early 1940s.  As the war rages on in Europe his life is interrupted when he is drafted into the service and sent to Nazi occupied France.


George Woodard  is a dairy farmer milking 25 cows on the 200 acre farm his grandfather bought more than 100 years ago. Evolving from an early immersion in theatre, he is an actor and director with both Hollywood and regional credits. He is the writer, director and cinematographer of the award winning film, The Summer of Walter Hacks, (Pasture Productions),  and numerous shorts including the silent film,  Bad Robbers. And he still milks those 25 cows.

 The Farm Boy is George's second feature length film.


George Woodard filming The Farm Boy


Joan Brace O'Neal is a visual artist and filmmaker. She wrote, directed, and produced the Vermont award winning documentary A Moment In Time.  She is currently in production on The Farm Boy.