The spirited Clark and his partner Jane, boldly facing his mortality, embrace the planning of a spiritually meaningful funeral and join with a compassionate local cemeterian to use green burial to save a North Carolina woods from being clear-cut.
With poignancy and unexpected humor, A Will for the Woods portrays the last days of a multifaceted advocate – and one community’s role in the genesis of a revolutionary movement. As the film follows Clark’s dream of leaving a legacy in harmony with timeless cycles, environmentalism takes on a profound intimacy.
“Moving and inspiring … The film is about a life of purpose and a death with meaning.” Nell Minow, The Huffington Post. Winner of numerous documentary festival audience choice awards.
Doors 6:30pm. Film at 7pm. Discussion to follow. Refreshments. Pay what you can (no one turned away). $10 suggested donation. Connect with the event on Facebook
ANAF Vets is a physically accessible space. Closest bus stops 1min away on Gordon St. Free 2 hour parking is available downtown.
Facilitated by Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant Christine Lafazanos (woven-threads.ca) and Death Midwife Marion Willms (departurenurse.ca). Contact: Marion at firstname.lastname@example.org or Christine at email@example.com