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The Biggest Little Farm


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The Biggest Little Farm

“Mother Nature has never been more inspiring.” (chef, restaurateur, and activist Alice Waters)

The winner of no less than five audience awards on this year’s festival circuit so far, and opening night of DOC NYC, The Biggest Little Farm is one of the hottest docs of the year—and we’re thrilled to be able to preview it before it opens wide in May. Chronicling eight years of daunting farm work and outsized idealism, the film is a testament to the immense complexity of nature and an inspirational story about a young couple who leave their tiny LA apartment and move onto 200 acres in the foothills of Ventura County to build one of the most diverse farms of its kind.

Tickets: $9 (members), $14 (nonmembers)


Q&A with Stone Barns Farm Director Jack Algiere
Q&A with Stone Barns Farm Director Jack Algiere
Thursday, Apr. 18 2019, 7:00
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We’re thrilled to be able to open the series with special guest Jack Algiere, the brilliant and fascinating farm director at Stone Barns Center and the world-class restaurant Blue Hill at Stone Barns, who has helped to turn its grounds into one of the most innovative and influential agricultural projects in the world.

... this is a nature documentary that pays loving and hopeful tribute to the complex web of life

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