Filmmaker Dean Puckett ( http://crisisofcivilization.com) went to live among the eclectic inhabitants of an eco-village in West London, who then move to the heart of London, occupying Parliament Square. It is an epic, inspiring and at times harrowing journey of discovery - following the homeless, the visionaries and eccentrics against a backdrop of economic and ecological crisis.
WATCH THE TRAILER:
Friday 21st June at 6:30pm in the Cinema Tent @ Open City Docs Fest, Torrington Square, London, WC1. The nearest tube stations to the main venues are Goodge Street (Northern Line) and Euston Square (Circle and Metropolitan Line) – each stop is 5 minutes walk to the festival venues. Bus numbers 10, 24, 73, 134, 390 stop in Gower Street. Download a map from http://opencitydocsfest.com/assets/downloads/OCDF2013_maps.pdf
Grasp The Nettle will be available for free in a couple of months but if you want to see it before then you can buy tickets (£10 or £8 Conc + a booking fee) from http://graspthenettle.eventbrite.co.uk