A SMALL, GOOD THING (in production)
What does it look like to abandon the big life for the good life?
A Small, Good Thing tells three stories of individuals moving away from a philosophy of “more is better” toward a more holistic conception of happiness, one based on renewed connection to the self, to the land, and to a sense of greater good.
Set in Massachusetts’ Berkshire hills, the film follows a cross-section of the farmers, spiritual practitioners and community workers who have long made that region a destination for artists and change-seekers looking for a new way of life.
Director: Pamela Tanner Boll
Producers: Kerthy Fix, Paula Kirk
Editor: Nancy C. Kennedy