Seed Police

The government takes over food production; hunts owners of non-GMO seeds as terrorists in this futuristic feature film.
Gayla Prewitt
United States
2 Team Members

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Story: Seed Police

(Synopsis and log line)

 A farm family struggles to preserve some of the last pristine seeds on earth that could hold the key to human survival.

                Imagine a world where the government controls the food you eat…even the seeds used to grow new foods are government produced.  The government food program allows only genetically engineered seeds designed to produce disease free plants and to eliminate disease in the people who eat the food.  Five years into the program traditional diseases are disappearing; however, a new disease is becoming an epidemic, with symptoms more virulent and deadly than ever seen before. 

                Few voices are sounding the alarm, citing a link between the government’s mandated food and the new epidemic.  One voice comes from minister Brock Cameron who claims the government has taken science too far and is “playing God.”  Congressman Jack Landon is also raising concerns for the dangers of the government food program.  Meanwhile, doctor Charity Simpson is trying to track down the cause of the mysterious illness before another patient dies.  The answer may lie with a rogue group of “seed savers.  This clandestine band has managed to dodge government patrols and preserve some of the last unaltered seeds left on earth.


Impact:  The story in Seed Police has the potential to make the proliferation of genetically modified food a topic of conversation at dinner tables throughout the world. There are efforts currently underway to require labeling of genetically modified food.  Over one million people have signed a petition asking the FDA to require such labeling. Even though Seed Police is a work of fiction, some of the latest in scientific research and debate surrounding GMO’s is woven throughout the story of this futuristic film.


We want to thank Kimberly Hartke for the great article including a 20-minute interview with the screenwriter! Thanks again for giving us a chance to share about Seed Police. Please check out the link below and please share with others!

The Team

Gayla Prewitt


Gayla Prewitt is an award winning broadcast journalist and part time instructor at a university in southwest Missouri.  She is married to a firefighter and has four children.  A health crisis with her children prompted her to re-examine the world, making her much more diligent in researching the safety of the food and many other things which her children encountered.  Some of the information gathered was the catalyst for writing this screenplay.


 Adam Boster

Director /Producer

Award winning -Producer / Director Adam Boster has decades of experience in the film industry.  He owns his own production company, Boster Castle Studios, and most recently completed the film, Submission,   

Funding: flexible funding

All funds will go to the production of the film, including hiring cast & crew; producing a film ready for distribution.

How You can help:

Please make a donation, right now!    Your support, no matter how small (or large) makes a BIG difference to us.   Without grassroots support our film will not be possible.  Help us spread the word about the proliferation of GMOs in our food.

If you can’t contribute at this time, you can still help. Tell your friends, your family, your social networks .  Thanks so much!




Boster Castle Studios

601 Hillsdale Rd, Suite 103

Columbia, MO 65201



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  • $10USD
    Our sincere gratitude!

    You will also have the satisfaction of knowing you are helping bring the production of this film to fruition!

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  • $25USD
    Thank you card

    A thank you card, personally signed by the screenwriter.

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  • $75USD
    Non-GMO shopping guide

    This Non-GMO shopping guide, produced by the Institute of Responsible Technology, features over 150 brands currently enrolled in the Non-GMO Project.

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  • $500USD
    packet of Non-GMO seeds

    A packet of heirloom seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company.

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    DVD on GMO food

    This 1hr 24min DVD, produced by Jeffrey Smith, Executive Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology, covers many of the studies linking GMOs to health concerns.

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    GMO Trilogy

    This three-disc set includes: Unnatural Selection (60 min. film documenting the impact of GM crops and animals; Hidden Dangers in Kids' Meals (104 min. DVD), on the dangers of genetically engineered foods for kids; and You're Eating WHAT? (60 min. CD),—Produced by Jeffrey M. Smith

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    Book, Seeds of Deception

    This groundbreaking book is written by Jeffrey Smith, Institute for Responsible Technology

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    The Heirloom Life Gardener; The Baker Creek Way of Growing Your Own Food Easily and Naturally, by Jere & Emilee Gettle, Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company

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    tee shirt

    A tee shirt designed with the Seed Police graphic

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    Lunch with the screenwriter

    Lunch with the screenwriter at a restaurant in southwest Missouri which features locally grown food and the book, Seed to Seed, Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners by Suzanne Ashworth

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    A day on the set

    A day on the set during production of the Seed Police, and to be listed as an Associate Producer in the film credits, if you would like. You would be responsible for travel expenses to the filming location.

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    executive producer credits

    A day on the set during production of the Seed Police and, to be listed as an Executive Producer in the film credits, if you would like. You would be responsible for travel expenses to the filming location.

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