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A French movie on Permaculture: "L'éveil de la permaculture"

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I was talking with friends from France yesterday and they were saying that there is a movie on permaculture just about to be released in France. It sounds like it will be shown in regular theatres alongside other mainstream movies. Looks like Permaculture might be becoming a household word in the francophone world... pretty cool!

The movie features Darren Doherty.

Here is the trailer (in French):

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I don't speak french, but that's some beautiful video. Maybe if I'm lucky they'll release this in the US in the future with subtitles or translations.
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Thanks Adrien...I've been working my way through a french permaculture site http://forum.permaculture.fr/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=14049 and trying to watch a few movies in french so I'll add this trailer to my bookmarks.  I'm much better at translating the written word than spoken though....need more Duolingo practice or a nice long trip to France

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I am looking forward to watching this . I noticed they where building a hugle  If you like French documentries check out Demain https://www.demain-lefilm.com/
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