A father examines the relationship between genetically modified food and his three young children.
Release date: September 13, 2013 (USA)
Director: Jeremy Seifert
Box office: 47,500 USD
Screenplay: Jeremy Seifert
Producers: Jeremy Seifert, Elizabeth Kucinich, Joshua A. Kunau
Release date: October 12, 2007 (USA)
Director: Aaron Woolf
Producer: Aaron Woolf
Screenplay: Ian Cheney, Curt Ellis, Aaron Woolf, Jeffrey K. Miller
Two recent college graduates travel to Iowa to investigate the role that corn plays in an increasingly complicated and dysfunctional American food industry. After planting their own small crop of corn and tracing its journey through the industry, they are alarmed to discover that corn figures in almost everything Americans eat. The consequences of this are examined through interviews with various experts and industry insiders, providing a balanced look at this American agricultural issue.
Super Size Me 予告編
Super Size Me (In Spanish)
While examining the influence of the fast food industry, Morgan Spurlock personally explores the consequences on his health of a diet of solely McDonald's food for one month.
Release date: May 7, 2004 (USA)
Director: Morgan Spurlock
Producer: Morgan Spurlock
Budget: 1.065 million USD (2004)
Filmmaker Damon Gameau documents the effects of eating supposedly healthy foods that contain high amounts of sugar.
Release date: July 31, 2015 (USA)
Director: Damon Gameau
Featured song: That Sugar Song
Distributed by: Soda Pictures (UK, Ireland & Canada), Samuel Goldwyn Films (USA), Madman Entertainment (Australia)
Producers: Damon Gameau, Nick Batzias, Rory Williamson
Is there food for everyone? The most alarmist forecasts say that in 2050 10.000 million people will inhabit the planet. Feeding this population is the great challenge facing humanity. Would need to triple the current production of food to feed us all. A huge challenge considering that even today, 30 people die of hunger every minute. Will be technology which will save us? Will everybody eat thanks to genetically modified foods? Or the alternative is at sea?
Living In a Food Desert Documentary
Across Virginia - from Hampton to Richmond, Petersburg to Lynchburg to Wise County and all points in between - approximately 17.8 percent of Virginia's population live in food desert. This documentary was produced by VSU as part of a study on food insecurity in the College of Agriculture.
Produced by Jesse Vaughan & Cedric Owens
Co-Producer Dr. Jewel Hairston
Narrator Daphne Maxwell Reid
David vs Monsanto Trailer
The definitive documentary on the Genetically Modified Food industry
imagine that a storm blows across your garden and that now, genetically-manipulated seeds are in your crops. A multi-national corporation pay you a visit, demand that you surrender your crops - and then sue you for $200 000 for the illegal use of patented crops. Farmers fight back against a seed company after being sued for their crops.