A Journey Towards Low Impact Living
Tony Wrench and his roundhouse radically changed a council’s policy on rural ‘low impact’ housing. This paved the way for the development of Lammas – the first planned Ecovillage to be developed in England and Wales (see the Lammas documentary for more about how that project got established).
This documentary weaves in the progress of Lammas with Paul Wimbush; and looks at examples of communities including Crystal Waters in Australia, Tinkers Bubble in England, Sunseed in Spain, The Village in Ireland, Findhorn in Scotland and Holtsfield community in Wales.
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You’ve got to be Choking (40 mins)
The story of direct action campaign to stop the M11 link road destroying the East London communities of Wanstead & Leytonstone. Winner best documentary Okomedia Environment Film Awards.
Wild Horses of Newbury (5 mins)
An incredible occurrence as horses put themselves in front of the chainsaws to save ancient oak trees. And trailers “Living in the Future”, “A-Z of Bushcraft” and “On the Push – a Surfer’s Guide to Climate Change”. EcoVillage Pioneers: 50mins.
Total Running Time: 100mins. Ratio – 16:9. Format – PAL. Region – 0