A vindication of flower power idealism... A flat out wonderful film! - Rick Steves

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I'm so impressed with the values and the message of your film! I laughed, hooted and am so proud of you and all the characters in the movie. The message is imperative. The planet is really a fragile environment and we'd better raise our consciousness. I believe in you and your work!!!

My kids are all over me for being a hippie...but I must be doing something right because my daughter won a bronze medal in the Olympics in the BMX bike event and is working on her 4th World Championship on the mountain bike 4 cross event...she's in Scotland right now.

Posted by Jan Kintner @ 12:17 PM on June 03, 2009

Your film, Back to the Garden, flower power comes full circle, was an incredible experience for us. This is a gift you have given to people like us...Thank you for your tribute...an embodiment to peace and love.

Posted by Bob Jarmick @ 03:06 PM on June 02, 2009

I hope this film gets the exposure it deserves...It effectively validates these folks' determination to 'stay the course' for personal and global reasons. A big thank you!

Posted by Fred Rothman @ 03:02 PM on June 02, 2009

I worked with this jeffery stonhill on the alaska pipelins above the arctic circle. 1975.. what a good fellow that seen to know what to do,say and think. he taught me culture that i never knew was out there. i could tell he was enjoying the wild ride alaska gives as much as i was. what great times they were.

Posted by TOM TOM HUGHES @ 05:32 PM on May 31, 2009

Hey Kev and Judy! The article in the Seattle Weekly was great! Congratulations!

Posted by Susan @ 08:15 PM on May 28, 2009

We loved it! I want to show it to everyone.

Kevin is a talented story teller as well as a gifted cinematographer. It was visually pleasing, interesting and engaging. Thanks!

Posted by Sarah Meeker @ 09:36 PM on May 27, 2009

Great job Kevin! Can't wait to see the full movie since I may have to go back to the garden in this economy!

Posted by Scott Gwin @ 02:53 PM on May 27, 2009

t's great to know some things don't change over the years. I've known Jeffrey Stonehill since 1960 something in Berkeley, and haven't seen him in many years, but Jeffrey is Jeffrey is Jeffrey. An article in Smithsonian about Big Sur (one of his places) had me thinking about him, and I eventually found your movie, and your site.

Thank you for finding him for me again.

How I can contact him? Email? Physical address?

Posted by Howard Rodkin @ 04:54 AM on May 11, 2009

Really beauitiful. Growing up in the "Garden" was a blessing of its own and one of the stongest parts of my life, living in the hustle and bustle of the "real world." It is fun to share this with my dear friends who love my stories of home and all our "funny names!" Thanks for bringing it to the light for others who didn't have dirt under their nails for as long as they could remember. Blessings!

Posted by Concetta Mazzetti @ 04:09 PM on May 06, 2009

I'm proud and respectful of what the 60's sensibility has brought to our times, but also unsentimental about the lessons we've all learned from some of the excesses.

The film presents a balanced view of this evolution of ideas... It's funny, sweet, coherent and I loved ALL the music!

Best Wishes, Sandy

Posted by Sandy Vaughn @ 09:58 PM on April 30, 2009

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