“Occupy The Farm” tells the story of 200 urban farmers who walked onto a publicly owned research farm and planted it with two acres of crops in order to save it from becoming a real estate development. The Village Voice calls the film, “Riveting from the start.” This story took place in the East Bay, and is still unfolding to this day.
The filmmaker and some organizers from Occupy The Farm will do a Q&A following the screening.
Seating capacity is limited to 45. First come, first served.