Six Inches of Soil is a feature-length documentary film about regenerative farming and agroecology in the UK. The film is a collaborative initiative and follows the stories of three new entrant regenerative farmers: a market gardener, a father-daughter arable farming team, and a conservation grazing project. The film explores the challenges and opportunities of regenerative farming, and argues that it is a necessary solution to the climate and ecological crisis.
The film was directed by Charlie Russell and produced by Sarah Wakeman. It was made with the support of the Arts Council England, the BFI, and the Lush Spring Prize. Six Inches of Soil, in collaboration with the Nature Farming Friendly Network is scheduled for release in 2023.
The film has been praised for its timely message and its beautiful cinematography. It has won several awards, including the Lush Spring Prize and the Sheffield Doc/Fest Audience Award. Six Inches of Soil is a powerful and inspiring film that is sure to spark a conversation about the future of food and farming.
If you are interested in learning more about regenerative farming and agroecology, or if you are simply looking for a thought-provoking and inspiring film to watch, we highly recommend checking out Six Inches of Soil.
These are just a few of the many ways that films such as Six Inches of Soil, The Seeds of Vandana Shiva, can help the agriculture movement to create a more sustainable and equitable food system.
These films have all played a role in raising awareness about the need for sustainable agriculture. They have also inspired people to get involved in the movement to create a more sustainable food system.
Vandana Shiva has also used her platform to promote sustainable agriculture. She has written several books on the subject, and she has given countless speeches and lectures. Shiva has also worked with farmers around the world to help them adopt sustainable practices.
The agriculture movement is a growing movement of farmers, activists, and scientists who are working to create a more sustainable and equitable food system. The movement is committed to promoting agroecology, which is a system of farming that works with nature to produce healthy food and regenerate the environment.
The agriculture movement is making progress, but there is still a long way to go. We need to continue to educate people about the importance of sustainable agriculture, and we need to support farmers who are working to adopt sustainable practices. We also need to change the policies that support industrial agriculture and make it more difficult for farmers to adopt sustainable practices.
The future of food depends on our ability to create a more sustainable food system. We can do this by using the power of film, the Seeds of Vandana Shiva, Six Inches of Soil and the agriculture movement to raise awareness and inspire action.