Willie and Natalia

LMS23

INSPIRATION

Barn at the back of their property converted into a cinema - open for Green-Door 2017 

Visit this cool cinema in a barn - 

Take some time out to watch a set of short movies curated by Willie and Natalia of Hunters Moon Festival - Open Saturday 30th Sept 11am – 5pm

 Tea, Coffee and Popcorn available

Films to include:

'Inspired by' SunRay 

Filmed by Gary Tyler Mcleod & Austin Will

Growing up in the wild hills of the Pacific Northwest, it seems like SunRay was always building something. His favorite source of inspiration and materials is the woods around him, "God's Hardware Store" as he calls it. When working on a project it is not uncommon to see him pick up a saw and head off into the woods looking for the right piece of wood to present itself. If he says anything, he'll mumble "I'm going shopping."

 

Richart

Directed by: Dawn Smallman, and Greg Snider, Far Away Films, LLC and Vanessa Renwick

While confined to a psychiatric ward at age 50, Richard "Richart" Tracy made this discovery: "If you want to get out of the hospital -- start making art like this. They will get rid of you - fast!" Seventeen years later, he's turned three residential lots into a massive maze of his artistic, sculptural visions. A true, original thinker, Richart's genius turns your waste into his inspiration. "Out of your garbage, I become you!"

 

Shelter

Directed by Jason Sussberg

A short film about Lloyd Kahn. Lloyd Kahn claims that shelter is more than a roof over your head. As the author and publisher of over a dozen books on home construction, Lloyd has been grappling with the concept of home, physically and psychically, for over five decades. Situated in the financial and housing crisis, this film profiles Lloyd's ideas on do-it-yourself construction and sustainability.

 

 

Buckminster Fuller Meets the Hippies in Golden Gate Park

This film, by an unknown director, eavesdrops on a conversation between Fuller and a group of people assembled on Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park. Taking place at the height of the counterculture movement in the late 1960s, the archival footage witnesses a compelling exchange of ideas about utopian aspirations, science and rational design, Spaceship Earth, and the spiritual constraints of geodesic living. 

 

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