A Special Screening of Women On The Land at the San Francisco Art Institute
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 7:30pm
Featuring Filmmakers Laurie York & Carmen Goodyear and Gowan Lester, Farm Manager of Noyo Food Forest
You are invited to a very special screening of the new award-winning documentary, "Women On The Land - Creating Conscious Community" at the San Francisco Art Institute on Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 7:30 P.M. This screening is sponsored by the SF Art Institute and is free to the general public. There will be a Q&A with the filmmakers, Carmen Goodyear and Laurie York, as well as Gowan Lester, Farm Manager of Noyo Food Forest following the screening. One of the young farmers featured in the film, Gowan will discuss her work with Noyo, as well as her recent locavore project, Eat Mendocino. We hope to see you there!
For more info on "Women On The Land" please visit: http://WomenOnTheLand.com
where you can also view the film's trailer.
Also, if you have friends in the Bay Area who would be interested in this screening could you please forward this email to them? Thank you for helping get the word out!
For more information, see the SFAI event page. San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco.
Women On The Land - Endorsements
"Women on the Land is a timely film that connects the powerful back-to-the-land women's self-sufficiency movement that began in the early 1970s with our pressing need today to create conscious communities, live sustainably, eat non-GMO food, and protect our bodies and Mother Earth from corporate greed. It's an awesome film that beckons us to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty. Whether we plant a garden or simply make better choices at the grocery store, this film will inspire you to take action for our planet!"
—Davina Kotulski, Ph.D.
Author, Life Coach, Psychologist
"An intimate look at women who've lived their passion, exactly what all of us want for our lives. Their story is about food and farming aligned with a flourishing earth. And it is about authenticity and courage—courage to be ourselves and therefore to open the way for others. Thank you!"
—Frances Moore Lappé
Author, Ecomind: Changing the Way We Think to Create the World We Want
"The wise women who are the subjects of this beautiful film have a compelling story to tell—a story about the maturing of '70s back-to-the-land idealism, and about what it means to live simply and sustainably in a petroleum-powered, consumer-driven world. This isn't about nostalgia: these gutsy, down-to-earth women are prepared for life in the 21st century. Watch, listen, and learn."
Senior Fellow, Post Carbon Institute
Author, The End of Growth