In 2018, the historic Camp Fire destroyed the town Paradise and killed 85 people. In its wake, the community gathered to talk about their values and enact them in the rebuilding. Their vision ensured housing and employment for the survivors, and an economy and community that are resilient in disaster. This film is set 50 years in the future and reflects on the rebuilding process in Paradise. It is comprised of 12 original paintings documented from start to finish with stop-motion. Stroke by stroke... [see more] the artist creates each painting, mirroring the process of a community living towards a vision. With each step, the path forward becomes clearer. The film is a blueprint for communities around the world who are facing disastrous conditions and seek to create a better world.