One Man, One Cow, One Planet Film Screening and Potluck

Space is limited so reservations are necessary. For the vegetarian
potluck, participants are encouraged to contribute food produced within
a 100-mile radius of their homes (Santa Barbara to San Diego). If
that’s not possible, then strive to purchase organic foods grown within the closest distance.

  • For the life of me I can’t remember giving you permission to screen our film “One Man One Cow One Planet”. Please explain what avenues you took to acquire these rights. And do so quickly.

    Please know that all our social activist movies are self funded. We do not rely on government agencies, patrons or investors, just hard working old us.

    Get back to us fast.

    Thank you. Thomas Burstyn, filmmaker


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