The program will feature 50+ speakers, film screenings, delicious food, a theatrical performance, and much more.
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.
“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.
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.
Food Talk Live: Peter Byck
Peter Byck is a professor at Arizona State University and the director, producer and writer of Carbon Nation, a filmmaking project telling stories of regenerative agriculture (which can be found at www.carboncowboys.org). Byck aims to convey how regenerative land practices can mitigate climate change through his filmmaking and academic research.
Women Reclaim Farming in Documentary “Rise, Root, Revolution!”
Documentary exposing the history of racism and sexism in American farming features woman-led Rise & Root Farm
New Film Shows How the World Can Feed 10 Billion People by 2050
Valentin Thurn’s new film 10 Billion What’s On Your Plate is available now on Video On Demand. Watch to see how we’re going to feed 10 billion people by the year 2050.
Netflix Reveals Rotten Truths of Industrial Food Industry
New Netflix true-crime documentary series Rotten exposes the corruption and controversies that underlie the global food and agriculture industry.
Bananageddon Film Examines How to Save America’s Favorite Fruit
America’s favorite fresh fruit, bananas, face extinction as we know them. New documentary examines how a shift in agriculture can save bananas and the workers who produce them.