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Small is Beautiful Tiny House Documentary


Have you heard about the Small is Beautiful Tiny House Documentary that’s coming out soon? It’s a new movie that shares stories of people who are taking their freedom back by going tiny.

The documentary is coming out April 30, 2015 and I don’t know about you but I’m excited to watch this one because there’s a lot I haven’t seen inside. Better yet, you’re getting a sneak peek at the film right here right now (below).

This film showcases a collection of stories of people who are chasing their own personal freedoms by designing, building, and moving into their own tiny house. Stories and people that you probably haven’t heard of yet.

I encourage you to enjoy this preview of the Small is Beautiful tiny house documentary below and that it inspires you now and reminds you to watch the rest of the film when it’s released on April 30th. I can’t wait! Thanks!

Small is Beautiful Tiny House Documentary Preview

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Images © Small is Beautiful

Trailer: Small is Beautiful Tiny House Documentary

First Two Minutes of this Movie

Ben Builds a Tiny House

Woman Lives in Boat House

Learn more: http://smallbeautifulmovie.com/

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  • Avatar Heather

    Hi Alex!
    I’m looking forward to seeing this documentary! Thank you for the heads up!

  • Hi Alex,

    I wanted to report that I saw this film at the Melbourne, Australia premiere and it’s a gem. It’s a deeply personal unfolding of what’s involved in building and going tiny. As a tiny house builder myself I’d recommend it as an eye-opener for the not yet initiated.

    Jeremy Beasley, the film maker is from Melbourne and when he asked me to pause my own tiny house building project and tow our not yet completed tiny house to the premiere of “Small Is Beautiful” here in Mebourne, I was a bit dubious at first.

    I can report that the film and the event was a fantastic experience and one that others would enjoy. I got to meet members of the budding tiny house in Melbourne and I’m sure that same thing will happen wherever Jeremy screens his film.

    One of the take home lessons from the film is that we need not be alone in this venture of going tiny and it often takes a village to raise a tiny house!

    You can check out our tiny house and our budding business of supporting DIY tiny house builders at: http://www.fredstinyhouses.com.au

    Love your work Alex.

    Cheers,
    Fred Schultz of Fred’s Tiny Houses (Melbourne, Australia)

  • Hi Alex,

    I wanted to report that I saw this film at the Melbourne, Australia premiere and it’s a gem. It’s a deeply personal unfolding of what’s involved in building and going tiny. As a tiny house builder myself I’d recommend it as an eye-opener for the not yet initiated.

    Jeremy Beasley, the film maker is from Melbourne and when he asked me to pause my own tiny house building project and tow our not yet completed tiny house to the premiere of “Small Is Beautiful” here in Melbourne, I was a bit dubious at first.

    I can report that the film and the event was a fantastic experience and one that others would enjoy. I got to meet members of the budding tiny house in Melbourne and I’m sure that same thing will happen wherever Jeremy screens his film.

    One of the take home lessons from the film is that we need not be alone in this venture of going tiny and it often takes a village to raise a tiny house!

    You can check out our tiny house and our budding business of supporting DIY tiny house builders at: http://www.fredstinyhouses.com.au

    Love your work Alex.

    Cheers,
    Fred Schultz of Fred’s Tiny Houses (Melbourne, Australia)

  • This speaks from the Heart of the Tiny Home Movement.
    Small is Beautiful.

  • Avatar Alynxia

    Love it! Looking forward to this one – especially with Dee and the Don Vardo (the plans we purchased to make a modified 12′ version). It looks like there’s another similarly styled one in the film and I can’t wait to see it 🙂

  • Avatar Donna Jalbert

    I would love one of these tiny houses on wheels but I live in the north and what would I do about bathroom and water?

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