In Our Hands

Farmer looking at a field of grain

How nine farmers seized the ‘Brexit’ moment to outgrow an outdated food system. This film explored their daily reality and refusal to be ground down by the machinery of big agribusiness. It revealed the wisdom of the old and the innovations of the young, who are bringing back the worm to the soil, the ‘culture’ to ‘agriculture,’ and the flavour to the tomato!

Event organised by RISC world film club, in conjunction with Transition Town Reading and Reading Food Growing Network.  Black Bark Films with Landworkers’ Alliance. Official selection: British Documentary Film Festival, 2018.

The new economics study group at Reading Quakers have been discussing food issues, and welcomed the opportunity to see this film.

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Posted By AW in , on 31, Jan, 2019