Rodnoe Kin's settlement, film 1.
Rodnoe (derived from Russian "Rodina" (Mother land)), an inspiring documentary about people co-creating their Kin's domains.
Presented by film production company "Chelovek", Russia, 2005, 35 mins.
Andrey Shadrov, Vyacheslav Sokolin, Andrey Bykovskih
Translated into English by Yuri Smirnov, dubbed on Stavropol TV studio with help of native speakers.
Recently in Russia there has been an increase in the number of people who, preferring life in nature to the hustle and bustle of the city, have moved to Eco-villages…and are creating "Kin's domains." They have given up the use of fertilizers, heavy agricultural machines, and grow all their food themselves.
Eco-village Rodnoe has approximately 100 plots of land, each of which measures no less than a hectare. Families organize their plots in their own way, and say that their domain has the personality of its owner.
Who are they? People who leave their successful and relatively quiet life in modern cities and go to rural areas to set upon a hectare of land - their Kin's domains? What drive them? Are they happy about the change? How they deal with the land and growing plants? How does one build an adobe house?
You can also buy all three DVD's of the "Kin's domains of the Earth" series: