This is a discussion space for anyone who has seen the movie Head, Heart, and Hands. The movie shares the stories of local farmers Santiaga, Alfonso, Loly and their community – a group of social entrepreneurs in South-East Spain who are transforming their lands to create a new economic model. One that puts back into the land more than it takes out while improving economic returns and revitalising community life.
If you haven’t seen it, find the trailer and more info here.
Specifically, I am curious about your thoughts on the following:
- What did you think of the movie and the story it tells? What were your favourite parts?
- Did you recognise any elements of the story in your own work / life?
- What did you learn from the movie / which lessons will you take with you for your own restoration initiatives?
- How can we best help each other start initiatives like this, or help each other tell our stories?
Looking forward to opening up the conversation!