Dir. John Chester| DOCUMENTARY | U.S.A. | 2018 | 1 hr. 31 min. |Rated PG

Introduction by executive producer Laurie David

What do you do when your barking dog gets you evicted from your apartment? Molly and John Chester decide to create a farm on 200 acres of nutrient-depleted land suffering from drought. Then there are the wildfires, and plot twists that prove true life is stranger than fiction. This is the inspiring tale of incredibly resilient farmers striving to understand the intricacies and wisdom of nature, and of life itself.

Monday, August 12, 8 p.m. - outdoors at the Beach Plum Inn, Chilmark

our guest of honor is executive producer Laurie david

our guest of honor is executive producer Laurie david

Come just for the outdoor screening, or purchase a ticket to a
Fundraising Dinner at the Beach Plum Inn
Just before sunset, join us for dinner overlooking Menemsha Harbor. Enjoy a spectacular view, and a locally sourced three-course meal, with our guests of honor. Dinner includes reserved seating at the outdoor screening to follow.
All proceeds benefit the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival.


Sponsored by WearPanda and The Field Fund