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Tue, August 27, 2019
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CT

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
1120 S Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78704

Join the Festival Beach Food Forest for a night of community, inspiration, quacks and a panel discussion as we screen the award winning feature documentary Biggest Little Farm!

Biggest Little Farm follows award winning wildlife documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. A testament to the immense complexity of nature, The Biggest Little Farm follows two dreamers and a dog on an odyssey to bring harmony to both their lives and the land.

Evening Schedule:

6pm - Doors open *Come early to get your treats and quack-along instructions!

6:30-8pm - Feature film

8:10-8:40pm - Panel Discussion

8:40-9pm - Q&A



Early Bird by August 9th - $50

Regular - $60

Couples - $100


* We want to include everyone so if the ticket price is a little high please connect with us at to get on our EcoSystem list, if you have a little extra to provide someone else a ticket, please do the same and/or just purchase an "Ecosystem Ticket".


* If a bunch of y'all want to do this we could bump up to a bigger theater- so please purchase your tickets expediently, by August 9th, and we'll grow to a 90-seater theater with your help!


Your Ticket includes:

  • Seat for the screening 
  • A non alcoholic drink of your choice
  • Meal from the Alamo favorites menu (Vegan and gluten free options available) 
  • Surprise giveaways from the Festival Beach Food Forest


Panel Participants:

Our panel of local experts will discuss the state of sustainability and food in the Austin Area and provide actionable advice on how to incorporate the regenerative agricultural principles presented in the film at home and in your community. 

  • Edwin Marty - Food Policy Manager - City of Austin
  • Zachary Herigodt - Founder - YardFarm
  • Dr. Amanda Masino - Associate Professor of Biology - Houston Tillotson 



Please write to us at and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.


We thank you!

All proceeds will go to support the ongoing sustainability of the Festival Beach Food Forest.  As a grassroots community lead project we rely on the generous support of community members and volunteers to make the project a success now and for generations to come. 


All ticket sales are stopped at this time. You can still make a donation. Please contact the event organizers if you have any questions.
$60 Single Ticket Regular Admission
Your ticket (after August 9th) includes a movie, dinner, a non-alcoholic drink, fun interactive swag, freshly harvested herbs and your support of the Food Forest
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$50 EcoSystem- Sponsor someone to attend
We would LOVE for this event to be accessible for more people in our community ecosystem. Please consider donating a seat and we will manage giving it to someone who can't afford to attend right now. Diversity rocks!
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$100 Couples Ticket
Two tickets including movie, dinner, a non-alcoholic drink, fun interactive swag, freshly harvested herbs and your support of the Food Forest
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Festival Beach Food Forest Aly Tharp Austin, TX
Nonprofit Organization Donations Tax Deductible