Little City Gardens


Little City Gardens, a nonfiction feature, presents the magnetism and magic of a farm that existed in San Francisco from 2010-2016. The farm began with goals of engaging with a local community and a national food system, and it continued for six years as a beautiful place of work, creativity and connection. The farm was alive in the middle of the city. It was a place that breathed and responded to touch, and it made a lasting mark on all who stepped through its front gate. Little City Gardens is a film about the powerful relationship between people and land in the most unlikely of places.

Filmmaker Bio(s)

Ben Grossman (director/producer) is a filmmaker living in San Francisco. His film Come Full Circle screened at the American Indian Film Festival in 2013. Little City Gardens will be his first feature length documentary. 

Caitlyn Galloway (producer) is an artist in San Francisco. She was the co-founder and operator of Little City Gardens, a working urban farm from 2010-2016, and is a continued advocate for the value of agricultural land use in cities. 

Film Details
  • Country(ies): USA
  • Language(s): English
  • Year: 2018
  • Running time: 90
  • Director(s): Ben Grossman
  • Producer(s): Ben Grossman, Caitlyn Galloway
  • Cinematographer(s): Ben Grossman
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