Derby Film Festival Presents
The Biggest Little Farm (PG) & Post-Film Discussion
Friday 15th November / 6:00pm
A Los Angeles couple give up city life to buy a farm and follow their dream of growing every ingredient they might want to cook with. Enlightening and entertaining, this film balances one family’s personal story with the practical ups and downs of starting a sustainable, biodiverse farm on land that has been stripped of nutrients. John and Molly Chester are a smart and charming pair and the film- which benefits from John’s background in cinematography – is a joy to watch. Motivating and magnificent, this environmental documentary is a delight.
For fans of Planet Earth, An Inconvenient Truth, A Plastic Ocean, The Cove.
£9.50 standard. £7.00 concessions. Free for Derby Film Festival Passholders.
Join us for a post screening Q&A with Jamie from the Down To Earth Project and special guests including Dr. Anne Danby, Course Director for the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Derby and Alex Welch of Harvest London, a vertical farming company based in Walthamstow, as they talk about implementing sustainability in Derby and where you live.