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A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity (2016) – Free Full Documentary

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A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a free feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community. This film is the product of hours and hours of footage that I shot during that year-long experiment in simple living. The documentary includes interviews with David Holmgren, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Nicole Foss, Ted Trainer, Graham Turner, and more.

Download the documentary at http://happenfilms.com/a-simpler-way

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For more ideas for action, see http://www.simplicityinstitute.org

Prosperous Descent: Telling New Stories as the Old Book Closes – https://griffithreview.com/wp-content/uploads/GR52_Alexander_Adcock-Ebook.FINAL_.pdf

Directed by: Jordan Osmond and Samuel Alexander
Written by: Samuel Alexander, Jordan Osmond, and Antoinette Wilson
Executive Producers: The Simplicity Institute, Marcus Foth, Dale & Clare Hembrow
Cinematography by: Jordan Osmond
Edited by: Richard Sidey and Aliscia Young
Music:
The General Assembly: http://thegeneralassembly.bandcamp.com
The Crash Narrative: https://thecrashnarrative.bandcamp.com/releases
Samuel de Silentio: https://samueldesilentio.bandcamp.com/album/tunes-for-transition

Thanks to all the generous Indiegogo supporters who made this project possible!

Comments

Madaline Eltherington says:

loved it!!! great ideas for alternative ways to create and adapt communities!!

KanashiiKuma says:

The girl with the..beehive dreads's house looks so amazingly cozy

Valerie Miller says:

This is amazing! I hope to have a better carbon food print.

Rand Zopyr says:

So what happens when the asteroid hits?

Marija Vuksanovic says:

Thanks a lot for such a inspirational movie,for a fenomenal idea that if spread to as many countries as possible will save not only the enviroment but our souls too!!! Watching it,I had a huge desire to come over and join the group! ))

Lori Walker says:

Very inspiring and wonderful at the conclusion the admission to the need for growth, patience and change for all of us. Thank you for making this available for those interested in seeing what can be done for change/betterment.

Paul Kohler says:

06/11/2017 – Being an old folk – this reminds me of the " Commune Idea " of the 1960's . Good Stuff .

Mark Mers says:

How music called

Morten Skogly says:

What do they do for work?

Andrew Cheshire says:

56-57 minute mark says it all. Most of us are enslaved by the banking system which is completely rigged in their favour. I wish this video had emphasised that point more.

I wish it were as simple and easy to get out as the old guy said, but you need land, and land is very expensive, and then there are taxes to pay on that land, so you need to make money somehow for it to be sustainable from a financial point of view. Don't think the government will leave you alone to do as you want on that land you bought either. How many restrictions are there?!!! There is no escaping the hell of Government intervention. This video doesn't address that cold reality.

LOVENLIGHT says:

nasty … 1:09:18 poor birds

clambarn says:

As much as I like your message, a woman in it criticizes capitalism as system that extracts resources from the periphery and concentrates them in the center. That's a better description of communism. In capitalism, the people on the periphery buy excess from each other and the money goes around the center. Why do back to nature types always flunk economics?

Solreta Antaria says:

Love this ❤️ so good to see this happening in Victoria

ben t says:

One of the most important changes anyone wishing to make a difference is to go vegan, it significantly reduces your "carbon footprint" there's less water consumption, less fertilizer, less pesticide, less transport, less cruelty, less have health problems and less bad karma. It sets your position to one of "no harm" seriously fixing this in your mind affects all areas of your life and has a ripple effect into the wider world. We have to stop accepting unnecessary cruelty at the expense of our and the planets health for the sake of flavour and convenience. Please look into it.

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