Free public screening
West Tisbury Library
Thomas Bena, Chris Murphy, Jessica Roddy, and Steve Bernier to attend post-film discussion

December 1, 2018, 3 PM

December 11, 2018, 6:30 PM

Barrington, Rhode Island
Barrington Public Library, Salem Family Auditorium

Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Woods Hole Public Library
Film subjects Steve Bernier and director Thomas Bena will attend the post film discussion

January 5, 2019, 3 PM

Chatham Massachusetts
Chatham OrpheumWoods Hole Public Library
Screening is part of The Sustainability Film Series

January 6, 2019, 10 AM

January 17, 2019, time TBA

Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Chelsea Theater
Discussion to follow with director Thomas Bena



“A passionate and self-discerning film. It was like a novel that you’d written and put all of your life into. That gave it such weight...I loved it. It made me cry.”

– D.A. Pennebaker, director, Dont Look Back, The War Room

One Big Home is a remarkably moderate, grown-up piece of work which really stands out in the current climate and will give US cinemagoers something refreshingly different to engage with.”

– Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film

“Opened my eyes...”

– Doug Liman, director, Swingers, The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow

“A wonderful, moving, important film.”

– Laurie David, producer, An Inconvenient Truth

One Big Home takes a nuanced look at America’s McMansion problem. The film is ultimately a thought-provoking one, offering viewers insights from multiple perspectives and an inside look at how one community decided together in determining its future.”

– Kimberley Mok, TreeHugger

“The compelling set of issues, ironies, and controversies it raises are relevant to cities, towns, and villages all over the world.”

– Alan Berliner, director, Nobody’s Business, Wide Awake

“Everyone needs to see this film.”

– Geraldine Brooks, Pulitzer Prize-winning author