Wednesday 25.5. at 6pm:One Man One Cow One Planet by Tom Burstyn

Dear friend of Arkadia You are warmly invited to a special screening of One Man One Cow One Planet by Tom Burstyn on Wednesday 25.5 at 6pm! What does an environmentally friendly biodynamic food system capable of feeding everyone actually look like? One Man One Cow One Planet offers one potential answer. The film is a blueprint for a post-industrial future and it takes you into the heart of the world’s most important renaissance. The outcome of the battle for agricultural control in India may just dictate the future of the earth. A simple recipe to save the world? One old man and a bucket of cow-dung. With over 10 film festival awards this is a film to see. For more information visit Important: Admission is free, but a donation of €4 to cover film screening rights, programme, refreshments etc. is kindly requested. • A special discussion in Finnish and English will be held following the film with invited guests who are involved in biodynamic farming in Finland. • Booking is essential with 30 places available – there will be complimentary refreshments on the night including bread made with local biodynamically grown grain! The evening will be lead by Simon Dannapfel, a health and fitness professional living and working in the Helsinki region. For more information about Simon please visit Please reserve your place by contacting: Simon Dannapfel – email You are invited to arrive 30 minutes prior to performance to claim your seat. The film running time is 56 minutes. Do not miss out on this truly thought-provoking documentary and opportunity to find out more about Biodynamics in Finland! Warm regards, Iani