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With the Hens

 

Another episode in our exploration of Whitehawk Community Food Project, Standing on Common Ground, in Brighton UK.

With the Hens: On Whitehawk Hill continues our series of short films exploring people’s relationship to growing on communal land situated on the urban fringe of the city.

Seeds and Soil

 

Another episode in our exploration of Whitehawk Community Food Project, Standing on Common Ground, in Brighton UK.

Seeds and Soil: On Whitehawk Hill continues our series of short films exploring people’s relationship to growing on communal land situated on the urban fringe of the city.

On Whitehawk Hill: Olia and Gloria

 

Continuing our exploration of Whitehawk Community Food Project, Standing on Common Ground, in Brighton UK.

Olia and Gloria talk about the importance of knowing where your food comes from, that participating is more than volunteering, and the delight in an area of ‘wildness’ on the edge of the city.

Standing on Common Ground

 

Standing on Common Ground is one in a series of short films focusing on different aspects of community food growing.

The films centre on the activities of the Whitehawk Community Food Project, on the edges of a large public housing estate in Brighton (UK); although the experiences are local, the issues discussed have wider implications for community and wellbeing.

 

On Whitehawk Hill

 

On Whitehawk Hill is one in a series of short films [Standing on Common Ground] focusing on different aspects of community food growing.

The films centre on the activities of the Whitehawk Community Food Project, on the edges of a large public housing estate in Brighton (UK); although the experiences are local, the issues discussed have wider implications for community and wellbeing.

Seeds

 

Seeds is one in a series of short films, collectively titled Standing on Common Ground focusing on different aspects of community food growing.

The films centre on the activities of the Whitehawk Community Food Project, on the edges of a large public housing estate in Brighton (UK); although the experiences are local, the issues discussed have wider implications for community and wellbeing.

Seedy Sunday

 

A short film,made during Seedy Sunday on 6th. February 2011 in Brighton, UK. Marking 10 years of seed swapping, participants reflect on the issues involved: control of seed production by multi-national companies; role of seed saving in maintaining local biodiversity; the principles behind a community seed swap. The film glimpses a pioneering community event at a point of transition.

Seedy Sunday marks the beginning of a series of short films exploring people’s relationship to growing on communal land situated on the urban fringes of the city.