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Unicorn Short Films

This 15 minute film was made at our Food Sovereignty event in the autumn of 2013. It features guest speakers from War on Want, the El Salvador Permaculture Network and the Kindling Trust explaining what food sovereignty means to them and how we can all help create a food revolution!

This film was made by former Unicorn co-op member Gabi Gwiazdowski. Filming took place as we celebrated our 15th birthday in September 2011. Hopefully it gives a little flavour of the shop, what we are about and what Unicorn means to its members and customers. Here's to the next 15 years of wholesome co-operative grocery!

These films were made by former Unicorn member Austin Clare by setting up his camera to automatically take photos every few seconds. After a lengthy process of editing and adding music he came up with remarkable films showing aspects of Unicorn the customers don't usually see.

Green roofGreen Roof
A beautiful and very functional solution to a cold building; insulation provided by a living roof designed to attract the Black Redstart.
Trampled under footTrampled Under Foot
Trampled under foot. Shine floor shine.
GlazeburyGlazebury
Tractor's big day out. Moss Brook Growers take their Massey Fergusun tractor over to our land 14 miles away at Glazebury. The first pilot crop of leeks are planted.
MasseyMassey
Tractor's first day out. Oiled and polished, ready to roll. .
Veg NewsVeg News
Veg News; week in week out, from abundant times to the hungry gap there's no news like veg news.

 
The first ever Co-operatives Fortnight in 2010 was a call for people to do things differently - to work together as individuals, colleagues, communities and businesses. We made a little film set in the shop to mark the Fortnight, follow the link below to have a look.

Film for Co-ops Fortnight 2010Film for Co-ops Fortnight 2010
Hosted and presented on You Tube.

 

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