What did you think about this exploration of community?
The web film adventure of Season 1 of Planet Community was possible thanks to the over $11,000 donated from 135 supporters, the cooperating communities, our filmmakers Aaron and Rae of Skillly Media, and co-producers Corneilu Rusu, Runchero University and Aron Heintz.
Take a moment to post an honest review!
View one or all of the five episodes filmed across the Midwestern U.S. on our YouTube Channel. Then comment to share your thoughts of this community exploration and its messaging.
- What is your big takeaway?
- Did you learn something new?
- Did we fail to communicate key points of living in community?
This series has had 10,875 views on YouTube – sharing solutions with the wider world to address the social, economic and ecological issues we face today.
Reviews shared include:
“Tip: Each video might point out one challenge in each community so it’s more authentic.” – Candy Carroll, YouTube viewer
“I appreciate the honesty and the openness. It has helped me to have a more realistic view of different people living together and to be more open to others diversities. Thank you for sharing.” -”Whats Natural,” YouTube viewer
“I’m delighted to be part of investing…in fostering new ways to help people see themselves in the story of communities. Every day I work with community seekers and founders who are hungry to experience what it is really like.” -Raines Cohen, project donor
“The take-away for me after this first tour is that folks who make any effort to connect deeply with people around them (especially by participating in the intentional community movement) are better able to access a wide range of human needs: healthy food, casual and positive social interactions, safe and affordable housing, more time for personal growth, a deeper connection to the seasons and the natural world, and much more.” -Aaron Murphy, filmmaker
Check out the following links to learn more about the communities featured in Season 1 of Planet Community:
Episode 1: Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, Missouri
Episode 5: Black Oaks Center for Sustainable Renewable Living Community, Illinois