Katia Trudeau's short doc captures the grassroots efforts of Ontario's small but growing fibre community to push the local and sustainable movement beyond just food. Wool in Ontario is an underappreciated commodity yet there is a developing groundswell amongst people interested in what they're wearing and where it comes from. This 2017 Short Doc Contest finalist features interviews with people from every aspect of production: farmer, mill operator, weaver, and fashion designer.
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Apr 25, 2018
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