Some of you might remember Tiny: A Story About Living Small.
It’s a tiny house documentary created years ago by Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller.
I posted on it a while back (and even more later- see below) and some of you even helped raise money for them on their Kickstarter fundraiser.
You might already have even seen the movie at a local screening or film festival. But I’m here to announce that the film is now officially available. More on how and where you can watch it below.
Tiny: A Story About Living Small Released
Free Previews of the Film Below
Trailer for Tiny: A Story About Living Small
Interview with Deek: Tiny House Mad Scientist
Living Tiny in a DIY Geodesic Dome
Jay Shafer on American Housing Habits
Karen Chapple on Tiny Houses as Affordable Housing
The full film is now available for your viewing pleasure for free if you’re a Netflix member. If not, you can also watch it on iTunes in the US and Canada. And you can buy the DVD here.
More on Merete, Christopher, and their Tiny House Documentary
- Their Story Featured on MSN
- Tiny: A Story About Living Small
- Photo Tour of Christopher’s Tiny House
- Buy the DVD (with bonus footage) on Amazon
- Buy from Tiny the Movie’s Official store
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I have lived in a 136sq ft tiny house mounted on a cargo trailer of my own design for almost 5 years. really lived the Tiny life.
This so called couple raised the money to build and film with a kickstarter,have never lived in the home(they didn’t like living so far out of town )
they have no plans to live in it. He is on one coast working on another film and she is on the other coast following a different path.
If hypocrisy tickles your fancy by all means admire what they pulled off and buy or rent the flimflam documentary.
if you are looking for true inspiration look at people that actually walk the walk.
Well, I guess it is disappointing that they don’t live in the home. But I suppose there is nothing wrong with deciding that a certain lifestyle isn’t for you.
I love tiny homes, but anything smaller than my current 1100 sf isn’t happening with my family of 4. And I like the *idea* of living in the country, remotely, off the land, etc., but truly it isn’t me. (Grew up in the country. I prefer the burbs.)
I guess I can’t fault them for changing their minds.