Do you remember I blogged about a movie a few months back called A Small Good Thing?
As you may recall, this feature-length film was shot in various locations in the Berkshires, following six people who focus on alternative concepts of happiness and success. From social work student Tim Durrin to yoga teacher Mark Gerow to farmers Jen and Pete Salinetti, these “everyday people” find personal satisfaction via their link to nature, chosen professions, and interconnectedness with others, foregoing conventional definitions.
A Small Good Thing that will be screening in Winchester, MA on September 11, 2015 at the Nextdoor Theater.
This film is directed by the Winchester-native, Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll.
This was a thought provoking and eye opening film and I encourage you to take advantage of this free screening.
Additionally, there will also be a screening of Boll’s directorial debut, 2008’s Who Does She Think She Is? on September 12, 2015 at 2:00 PM at the Nextdoor Theater in Winchester, MA.
I really enjoyed the film and wanted to share this free opportunity with you.
Everyone is searching for happiness and the folks featured have found it in alternative ways.
I’d love to hear if you take the opportunity and see the film