The second annual Food For Thought Film Festival is coming up in April. This year’s program will include three feature films: King Corn, Life and Debt, and Black Gold. There will also be a screening of the trailer for Asparagus: Stalking the American Life, an excerpt from Birdsong and Coffee, and other short films.
The free screenings will be followed by discussions exploring issues regarding our current food systems, including modern food production, distribution and consumption, and their effects on our health, the environment, human rights, and local and global economies. Several local and national organizations working towards sustainable, clean, healthy food and fair access will also be attending the event, and will be available to provide information and support to community members who are interested in taking immediate action.
Check out the schedule here.