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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Network Theory Movie Screening
Film screening and discussion with filmmaker Brad Masi. Filmed in Appalachian Ohio, a region all-too-familiar with the boom and bust cycles of an extractive economy, Network Theory features six agrarian entrepreneurs who weave open, collaborative networks to create a community- based food economy. The film travels across a web of inter-connected enterprises, including a worker- owned restaurant, a pizzeria, a community cannery, a farm, and an urban homestead where visionary network weaver June Holley reveals that everything you need to know about cultivating a robust community can be learned in a garden. The film will appeal to rural and urban audiences alike, demonstrating the emerging power of collaborative, cross-regional networks to stimulate large-scale change and reinvigorate our democracy. The film was directed by Brad Masi (PolyCultures, For the Love of Food) with cinematography by Mika Johnson (the Amerikans, Forever Professor).
Unitarian Universalist Society
2728 Lancashire Rd
Cleveland Hts., OH 44106
More information: https://vimeo.com/73660205
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