Imagine you’ve left the old story behind. You know, the one that takes for granted that Earth belongs to humans to exploit at will. You’ve started a hike into the unknown. There’s no map and for all you know you could be going in circles. But when you turn around and see the smog hanging over the world you left behind, you realise that even if you’re lost and without a map, you’re still on the right track.
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Documentary, 75 minutes.
What can one person do about the climate crisis? What can a group of people do? What do we want to leave behind? In this film we visit 13 projects in 13 different places where committed groups work for a vibrant future. A personal and poetic depiction of what it means to be fully human in the age of the Anthropocene. A co-production between Campfire Stories and the Swedish Transition Network.
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Solo sailing Emma leaves the stress of modern life to journey across the Atlantic. With poetry by Stephen Jenkinson.
A film about regenerative agriculture and lacto fermenting of vegetables, featuring biodynamic farmer Brigid LeFevre.
My meeting with Charles Eisenstein, whose book “The Ascent of Humanity” helped me figure out what was “off” in this world, and how it could be instead.
Dougald Hine is a writer and social thinker, and one of the founders of the Dark Mountain Project. In this interview he’ll share his thoughts on “pocket sized universities” and on the importance of regrowing a living culture.
In this double-episode we hear author, poet and grief counsellor Stephen Jenkinson on the topics of grief, soil and the origins of an orphaned culture. The book “Ishmael” by Daniel Quinn serves as an entry point.
This biodynamic farmer grows and ferments vegetables as part of a customer supported agriculture model. In Brigid’s garden the primary goal isn’t to turn a profit, but rather to make the soil more alive with the passing of each season.
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