The Biggest Little Farm | Documentary
- Start date
Thursday, 20 Feb 2020, 19:30
- End date
Thursday, 20 Feb 2020, 21:30
Studium Generale and Erasmus Sustainability Hub invite you for the screening of The Biggest Little Farm. This documentary follows two dreamers and their beloved dog when they make a choice that takes them out of their tiny L.A. apartment and into the countryside to build one of the most diverse farms of its kind in complete coexistence with nature
The film will be introduced by our very own Campus Gardener Bob ter Haar.
About the film:
An inspiring story about realising your dreams and proving that a sustainable life in harmony with nature is possible.
In 2011 filmmaker John Chester and his wife Molly turn their back on their jobs and the city life in order to realise their dream out in the country. Just outside of Los Angeles the couple attempts to turn an arid piece of land into a unique farm with a flourishing, self-regulating ecosystem. They cultivate the barren property according to an ingenious system, and with the arrival of ducks, chickens and the endearing pig Emma, their dream slowly comes true. Although their progress is not without setbacks, John and Molly discover along the way that nature itself provides a solution for many problems.
The film presents an honest, hopeful and especially touching perspective on the pursuit of harmony. What’s more, it is magnificently filmed and brimming with colourful hairy, woolly, clucking, grunting, flying and creeping characters.