Our holiday gift to the community is a free online showing of the documentary, THE DIVIDED BRAIN. This is a mind-altering odyssey about one man’s quest to prove a growing imbalance in our brains, and to help us understand how this makes us increasingly unable to grapple with critical economic, environmental and social issues; ones that shape our very future as a species.
The Story of Plastic is an expose revealing the ugly truth behind plastic pollution and the false solution of plastic recycling.
Money & Life is a compelling cinematic journey that examines the origins of money, how the role of money has changed over time, how it shapes our lives and world today, and the emerging movement to create new economic models that redefine our relationships with money.
Seeding Change: The Power of Conscious Commerce is a brand new film about “triple bottom line” businesses that consider the social, environmental and financial impacts of their companies and address some of today’s most challenging issues. Seeding Change challenges shoppers to pay more attention to the way they interact with our planet, starting
Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis. Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies.
SustainFloyd’s Fall Film Series continues on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 at the Floyd Country Store. We will be showing The Biggest Little Farm. The film begins at 7:00 pm. There will not be a potluck at this event, but food will be available for purchase at the Floyd Country Store’s
Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the Floyd Country Store for our 2019 Fall film series showing The Truth About Trees with film maker Ross Spears. Film at 7:00pm, doors open at 6:00pm. Bring a dish to participate in the Community Potluck. Film followed by discussion with Ross
If you’re in Floyd County or the surrounding counties and region, you’ll know that the weather has been strange and wild. We had to reschedule a film about climate change in October because Hurricane Michael flooded the majority of the region, but in November, the first ice storm blew through