Home 2.0 is happy to present a 4 part movie screening series.
We wish to to learn and share knowledge about intentional communities, and to let people know about the Home 2.0 project and our progress so far. Learn more about who we are below.
“Visions of Utopia – Part One”
Thurs Oct 11
Location: 689 Aboott St. (at Expo Blvd, across for Rogers Arena, next to Stadium/Chinatown Skytrain)
Doors at 7pm, Movie at 7:30pm
Some seating will be available, but please bring something additional to sit on if convenient (pillow, camp chair…)
The film is 94 minutes long and there will be some time before and after the film to socialize and learn about the evolving Home 2.0 community. We hope you will join us!
Suggested donation sliding scale $2-10 to cover the costs of the venue, equipment rental, and movie purchases.
Help us promote via Facebook RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/149897995151582/
About the Movie
This two-part full-length color documentary, completed in February ’09, has been more than 11 years in the making. Now you can actually see how representative communities look “up close” while you listen to members tell their stories in their own words.
Part One (94 min) features:
A brief history of 2500 years of shared living
Insights about what works and what doesn’t
Exploration of the “glue” that holds communities together
Profiles of seven diverse contemporary communities
More info & clips: http://fic.ic.org/video/
Next movies in the series
- Thurs Oct 25 : Visions of Utopia Video – Part Two 124 min(More info & preview clips at http://fic.ic.org/video/)
- Thurs Nov 8 : Seeking the Good Life – 62 min (More info at: http://goo.gl/ajgUw)
What is Home 2.0?
We are a group of people around Vancouver, B.C. seeking to grow an intentional community to live in.
Perhaps you’ve been to Burning Man (or other communal experience) and left longing to remain in close proximity to others with a shared intention or values. Perhaps you’ve lived in shared housing or an intentional community before and wish to create something larger or longer-term. Or, perhaps you’ve heard of “ecovillages” or “communes” and find them a bit freaky or too hippy…but oddly compelling.
Intentional communities come in many shapes and under many names: co-housing, eco-villages, communes, housing co-ops. These communities can vary greatly in size, location, level of autonomy and purpose/s.
Come build our Home 2.0!
Join our Fan Page to learn more: https://www.facebook.com/intentional.home
Or visit our website for basic info and to sign up on our mailing list: http://www.ourhome2.ca/
Further questions? Email us at email@example.com