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Fwd: Free Video Clips - Intentional Communities

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Intentional Community DVD
Visions of Utopia
Free Clips Online

We released Part Two of Visions of Utopia DVD a few years ago, completing Geoph Kozeny's magnum opus that started with the release of Part One ten years ago. 

Below are three free clips selected from the ten communities featured in Visions of Utopia Part Two. These and three more are available online now for your enjoyment. They are just short samples selected from the communities included in the two-hour DVD Visions Part Two.
Visions of Utopia Part 1 Visions of Utopia Part 2

Catholic Worker House — San Antonio, TX

Visions of Utopia - San Antonio Catholic Worker Excerpt Catholic worker communities focus on changing the world by doing good works.

Hearthaven — Kansas City, MO

Visions of Utopia - Hearthaven Excerpt Maril Crabtree and Robert J. Mann, partners in Hearthaven, describe their vision of a community that demonstrates the possiblities of sustainable inner city living.

Community Alternatives — Vancouver, BC

Visions of Utopia - Community Alternatives Excerpt Jan Bulman and Heather Pritchard describe their community which combines urban and rural living, and provides a nurturing alternative to the nuclear family.

Part One features 7 communities¯Part Two features 10. Both Visions of Utopia DVDs are available at our online store for $30 each plus shipping, or you can buy the pair for the discounted price of $50. Be sure to get a copy of each of these unique visual introductions to the amazing breadth and depth of communities today!

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Also, check out these exciting DVDs available from the Fellowship for Intentional Community:

Seeking the Good Life
A New We -- Ecological Communities and Ecovillages in Europe
Voices of Cohousing
You can also order by calling
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Power of Community

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Price for mail orders, US or Canada delivery
$30 + $3 S/H One DVD, Part One or Part Two
$50 + $4 S/H One copy each Part One plus Part Two DVD

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