Films4Tenby is announcing a screening of the eagerly anticipated documentary film, Six Inches of Soil. The film tells the inspiring story of young British farmers standing up against the industrial food system and transforming the way they produce food - to heal the soil, our health and provide for local communities.

The screening will take place at the De Valence Pavilion, on Tuesday May 14 at 7pm and tickets are available from

Six Inches of Soil follows three new farmers on the first year of their regenerative journey - Anna Jackson, a Lincolnshire 11th generation arable and sheep farmer; Adrienne Gordon, a Cambridgeshire small-scale vegetable farmer; and Ben Thomas, who rears pasture fed beef cattle in Cornwall.

With a compelling narrative, engaging animations and interviews with leading figures, Six Inches of Soil is the first full-length campaigning documentary feature film that tells the untold story of the UK’s regenerative and agroecology movement and its benefits to soil.

As the trio strive to adopt regenerative practices and create viable businesses, they meet seasoned mentors who help them on their journey. They’re joined by other experts providing wisdom and solutions from a growing movement of people who are dedicated to changing the trajectory for food, farming and the planet.

Films4Tenby volunteers said, “We’re excited to host this screening and to share the positive messages in the film. ”

Six Inches of Soil has been produced with an independent team including Director Colin Ramsay, Founder and Director of DragonLight Films, and Freelance Producer Claire Mackenzie, who added:

“Community screenings are a hugely important part of our impact campaign. We’re so excited that Films4Tenby is hosting this event, it’s really important that people have discussions at a local level to find ways to move forward to create profitable food systems that benefit the community whilst looking after our soil and the environment in the best possible way.”