Can garbage be used to foster community? That's the question anarchist collective 'In Our Hearts' asks as they create a Free Store and host free community dinners with food rescued from dumpsters, working to create connections between long-time residents, hipsters, and radicals in Brooklyn's legendary Bed-Stuy neighborhood. Their efforts are threatened by the elements and by unknown opponents who try to sabotage their work.
Eric Rockey is a filmmaker from Puget Sound, now living in New York City. A former manager for the Microsoft Corporation, he recently completed the Documentary Studies Certificate program at the New School in New York City. He is enrolled in the Masters in Media Studies program.