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Six Inches of Soil screening in the Ballroom

22nd May - 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

This film tells the inspiring story of British farmers standing up against the industrial food system and transforming the way they produce food – to heal the soil, benefit our health and provide for local communities.

To book please click here for our Kinema event booking page. The site is displayed in $ rather then £. Our tickets are the equivalent of £10 so $12.49.

Doors open at 7 for drinks, with a 7.30 start. The film will finish at 9.10pm.

Please consider car sharing.

Find our parking field with what3words: producers.zapped.tutored

Then head to the ballroom: fairway.chapels.mermaids

(Satnav takes you to the pub!)


About Six Inches of Soil:
Six Inches of Soil is the first full-length documentary feature film that tells the story of the UK’s regenerative and agroecology movement and its benefits to soil. With the first global screening at COP28 and UK screening at Oxford Real Farming Conference 2024, the film aims to inspire UK farmers to adopt regenerative agroecological farming practices and encourage consumers and policymakers to support their efforts. With a compelling narrative, engaging animations and interviews with leading figures, it tells the story of our soils and our food and farming system through the eyes of three new-entrant farmers and examines how we can replace this with a resilient and localised agroecosystem.

Six Inches of Soil has been produced with an independent team including, Director Colin Ramsay, Founder and Director of DragonLight Films and Freelance Producer Claire Mackenzie. During the post-production process, Claire and Colin set up Springtail Productions to further develop the impact of the film. The aim is to inspire farmers with the confidence to shift to a more regenerative mindset and approach; to give consumers the impetus and information to rethink their food choices; and ultimately create a groundswell of public opinion leading to policy change, support and funding for a British regenerative farming and agroecological revolution.