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First Earth: Uncompromising Ecological Architecture (2009)

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Filmmaker David Sheen explores the potential benefits of creating eco-villages as a means of respecting the earth and building stronger communities. Thanks to suburban sprawl, our society has grown more isolated and disconnected than ever before. Proponents of ecological architecture pose that by building our homes from the earth and working together as communities, we can rediscover the spiritualism and compassion that seems to get lost in the fray of modern living. In this film, viewers travel to four different continents to see how people around the world are reaping the rewards of a simpler, more naturalistic lifestyle.
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Art House & International , Documentary , Special Interest
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