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19–30 JUNE 2019
  • Director

    John Chester

  • Run Time

    92 mins

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  • Director of Photography: John Chester

  • Editor: Amy Overbeck

  • Produced by: Sandra Keats, John Chester

  • Music: Jeff Beal

  • Screenplay by: John Chester, Mark Monroe

Director Bio

John Chester

John Chester has been a filmmaker and television director for 25 years. His recent short films for OWN’s Super Soul Sunday won five Emmy Awards. His feature documentaries include Lost in Woonsocket, which premiered at SXSW in 2007, and Rock Prophecies, which won three audience awards for best documentary feature. He travelled the world as a wildlife filmmaker with Animal Planet and ITV Wildlife. In 2010, he and his wife, Molly, started Apricot Lane Farms, a biodynamic and regenerative farm.


The Biggest Little Farm

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A Los Angeles couple give up city life, buying a farm and following their dream of growing every ingredient they might want to cook with. The Biggest Little Farm is enlightening and entertaining, effectively balancing one family’s personal story with the practical ups and downs of starting a sustainable, biodiverse farm on land that has been stripped of nutrients. John and Molly Chester are a smart and charming pair and the film – which benefits from John’s background in cinematography – is a joy to watch. Motivating and magnificent, this environmental documentary is a delight. [PG]

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