Provincetown, Massachusetts
Water's Edge Cinema, Provincetown

Saturday, November 10 additional events: Cocktail reception at at Revere House at 5:30 PM before the film. Reception to follow 7 PM screening at the The Brewhouse. Director Thomas Bena to attend all Saturday events.

November 9, 10, and 11, 2018,
7 PM

December 11, 2018, 6:30 PM

Barrington, Rhode Island
Barrington Public Library, Salem Family Auditorium

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