Documentary

World Central Kitchen Documentary Shines a Spotlight on Chef José Andrés

A new documentary, We Feed People, shows the evolution of international food relief nonprofit, World Central Kitchen.

Transformative change cannot be done alone, says filmmaker Raj Patel

“Collectively, we have to get with the idea that we’re living on the same planet as everybody else, and we can’t go around trashing it,” says Patel.

“Agriculture is where nature and culture meet,” says pioneering artist and chef Jim Denevan

Denevan’s creations are a practice in the ever-changing, temporal nature of life, as well as the interconnection of all eaters. Both his art and dinners emphasize​​ the need for collaboration between eaters and the environment.

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New Film Documents the Life of Artist and Farm-to-Table Pioneer Jim Denevan

“Man In The Field” follows the artist, chef, and farm-to-table pioneer as he travels the world, connecting with local farmers and food artisans through his elaborate, pop-up feasts.

Film Festival Highlights Small-Scale Farmers’ Collaboration Across Africa and South America

Farmers highlight several new techniques they developed to improve the health of their crops and communities.

Coastal Roots Farm Educates Community through New Mini-Film

The new Coastal Roots docu-style film shows how one farm in Encinitas, California cares for its community through food donations, education, and organic farming rooted in Jewish values.