Volta a terre is about sustainable farming and permaculture so join us Sunday evening for a vegetarian meal and a special film!
The film Volta à Terra tells the story of an endangered community: farmers who practice subsistence farming in a mountainous village of northern Portugal, deserted due to emigration. The main subject of this documentary is 21-year-old Daniel, a farmer with a ninth-grade education living in the rural Portuguese countryside who prides himself on working the land and lacks the desire for urban living held by most others of his generation. Between the evocation of the past and their uncertain future, we follow the 49 inhabitants through four seasons.
Whether the community reveals the past, the present or the future.. is up for debate after the film , where Astrid Lund will join us
Time: Sunday 25.11. from 19:00
Place: Folkestedet, Carl Bloch vej 7. 8000 Aarhus
Price: 100 kr. Incl. Vegetarian food and Film
For the third consecutive year, FoodFilmFestival cooperates with the European Gastronomy Regions. MInho, Portugal received the title in 2016, and is home to a rich food and cinema culture. FoodFilmFestival is proud of together with the Portuguese Embassy in Denmark to present “Volta a Terra.”
Astrid Lund has studied permaculture, traveled all over the world and many will probably recognize her from her talk after the “Seeds-the untold story” filmscreening in 2017 or “10 Billions: W hat’s on your plate” in 2016.