Locally Produced Cohousing Film to Air on PBS

The Best of Both Worlds—Cohousing’s Promise” which premiered at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival is now set to air on KVIE PBS. This film includes both Wolf Creek Cohousing and Nevada City Cohousing residents.

Charles Durrett, the local architect featured in the film, (who does all kinds of architecture), is excited to see a new level of adoption of cohousing as part of alternative housing trends.

KVIE.org, Sacramento PBS station is airing The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing’s Promise on 3/18-7pm; 3/20-4pm; 3/21-7:30am; 3/22-6:30pm. You can stream the film through their free app, available at https://www.kvie.org/app/.  CapRadio Insight with Beth Ruyak will interview John de Graaf regarding the film at 9:45 on Tuesday March 17 (90.9 FM).

“We are looking forward to increasing awareness on cohousing and other applications for coliving. We are especially proud to help solve homelessness, as it did in American Canyon, where 70 homes were created for veterans and low income housing using a derivative model of Cohousing.”—Charles Durrett, architect

Learn more at cohousingfilm.com, cohousingco.com or call 530-265-9980.

Architect Charles Durrett with filmmaker John De Graaf, cinematographer Doug Stanley, and film editor Greg Davis at a film reception last month. American cohousing cofounder Katie McCamant at Wolf Creek Cohousing, Grass Valley.