Natasha Florentino has been working on her documentary film “Abundant Land” for the past 3 years. Since her thesis presentation of the film, Natasha has continued to work on the film and now collaborating with IMA alum Benjamin Moss, who is working on the project as editor.
The film is A documentary film about a Hawaiian community’s efforts to repair the ecological damage caused by industrial agriculture. It will be of interest to anyone interested in Environmental Justice, Sustainable Agriculture, Food Sovereignty, Hawaiian Studies and GMO Legislation.
Check out the film on Kickstarter