Occupy the Farm documentary
Occupy the Farm is showing at the UA Theatre in Berkeley this week. I watched it Saturday night, together with a group of us who'd taken part in the struggle. We loved it, and at the end burst out chanting: "Whose farm?" "Our farm!" "Whose farm?" "Our farm!"
I feel it was a very well-done documentary. Dynamic, inspiring, it conveys a sense of community activity, dozens, sometimes hundreds of people working together, planting crops and at the same time fighting to save this last bit of East Bay farmland from the developers, protecting the commons from the privatizers.
Directed by Todd Darling, and starring the many activists, being ourselves.
Running time: 90 Minutes
Screenings daily November 7-13th, 12:00 pm, 2:20 pm, 4:50 pm, 7:00pm and 9:30 pm
at the UA Theatre at 2274 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley
TRAILER & REVIEWS
Film review from the Contra Costa Times Occupy the Farm movement comes to big screen
Review from the Daily CalifornianDaily Californian
Article by the director, Todd Darling