Rhonda Chan Soo and Edward Inglefield | Short | 15 mins | 2016 | Trinidad and Tobago | English | G



‘Quiet Revolution’ follows a group of everyday heroes who aim to give voice to permaculture (“the quiet revolution”) in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T). The film is a portrait of the community at Wa Samaki and their lifelong efforts to learn and practice permaculture amidst the dominant culture of conventional agriculture.


Rhonda is a documentary filmmaker and film producer. She has been working in the Trinidad and Tobago film industry, creating award-winning short documentary films, and also works alongside other filmmakers to help bring their projects to fruition. She worked as co-producer on the feature-length narrative film, Rhonda possesses an intimate knowledge of the local industry, having worn several hats, from intern, to video assist, to script supervisor, to production manager, and producer. She is working to produce a range of nonfiction film and video content, focusing on local social and environmental issues, and also cultural identity.