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Jordan Osmond and Antoinette Wilson
 
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Happen Films - Stories for a Changing World

Wild Dunedin —

Antoinette Wilson & Jordan Osmond are filmmakers who live in Little River, Banks Peninsula. They want to use their film making skills to help spread the word that there are other ways people can choose to live, in closer harmony with nature.

They have had to postpone shooting their next multi-faceted project, a series of 5-6 films looking at different but related subjects – all around the central subject of how are we going to get through this environmental/social/economic crisis.

So instead of filming while we are in lockdown, they are now producing podcasts. Check them out  https://happenfilms.com/podcast


Inspiring Woman Growing a Huge Amount of Food in a Tiny Backyard in the City! Happen Films

https://happenfilms.com/film/the-plummery

https://happenfilms.com/community-resilience-pandemic

This article is based on our conversation with Meg and Patrick of Artist as Family for Episode 1 of the Happen Films Podcast.

Living a Radically Simple Permaculture Life | Creatures of Place Happen Films


Man Quits Job in Finance to Create Incredible Permaculture Garden | From Finance to Farmer Happen Films


These are just three of the films on offer, check out their website and podcasts.  Happen Films are a team to watch.

http://www.happenfilms.com