Cinema Capitol will present the documentary THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM each day from Friday, June 21-Thursday, June 27.
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM follows two dreamers and their beloved dog as they make a choice that takes them from their tiny L.A. apartment and into the countryside. There, they will build one of the most diverse farms in complete coexistence with nature. The film chronicles their near decade-long attempt to create the utopia they seek, planting 10,000 orchard trees, hundreds of crops, and bringing in animals of every kind. When the farm’s ecosystem finally reawakens, their plan to create perfect harmony takes a series of wild turns, and to survive they’ll have to reach a far greater understanding of the intricacies of nature.
The BOSTON GLOBE writes “It’s truly food for the soul.” The SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE also writes “THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM offers hope, and… suggests a way forward.” The movie has a 96% rating on ROTTEN TOMATOES.
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM runs 91 minutes and is rated PG. Admission is $8 for adults, $7 for students, children, and military, and $6 for Capitol Friends.
The movie will be shown each day through Thursday, June 27. Show times are Friday and Saturday at 4:00 and 7:00, Sunday at 1:00 and 4:00, and Monday-Thursday at 7:00. There will be no captioned show times for this movie.