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Quiet Revolution (2016)



Quiet Revolution follows a group of everyday heroes who aim to give voice to permaculture ("the quiet revolution") in Trinidad and Tobago


Erle “the crazy runner” is a farmer, an adventure racer and barefoot ultra-marathoner, and now a major advocate for Permaculture in T&T. He was raised in non-farming African and Canadian urban settings, with no prior knowledge of the Caribbean landscape. Armed only with an old photocopy of a permaculture (“permanent agriculture/ culture”) manual, Erle set out to regenerate the land. Against a land history of fire damage, herbicide and pesticide use, his permaculture farm, Wa Samaki Ecosystems, is a hub for ecological farming and learning.


Short (15mins) Documentary | Trinidad and Tobago

Language: English


Producers: Rhonda Chan Soo | Edward Inglefield
Writers: Rhonda Chan Soo | Edward Inglefield
Directors: Rhonda Chan Soo


Jury Award at Green Screen: The Environmental Film Festival 2016 (Trinidad and Tobago) |
Official Selection: Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival 2017 (New Zealand) | Caribbean Lens International Film Festival 2017 (CA, USA)

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