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New Documentary ‘Fed Up’ Indicts Food Industry for Obesity Crisis

January 21st, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

Katie Couric strode impressively onto the documentary scene this week with Fed Up, a film premiering last Sunday at the Sundance film festival. Fed Up explores the underlying and often invisible forces driving the childhood obesity crisis, and brings the idea of food as a vital political issue to an ever-growing mainstream audience


New Documentary ‘Genetic Roulette’ Indicts GMO Agriculture: This Week Only, Watch Free Online!

September 15th, 2012 | by Tanya Sitton

Democracy relies on an informed citizenry. With the battle for GMO labeling ongoing in California and across the US, there's never been a greater need for public awareness of the issues surrounding biotechnology, agriculture, and our food supply. For one week only -- September 15th through the 22nd -- you can watch the new documentary Genetic Roulette online for free! So take this opportunity to aggravate the biotechnology megacoporations pinning their hopes on an uninformed and apathetic public: watch, learn, reflect, and share!


Fresh: the Movie (Review)

June 22nd, 2012 | by Tanya Sitton

I finally had an opportunity to watch Fresh, the real-food whole-food farm-revolution documentary. It follows Food, Inc.'s footsteps, clamoring poignantly for a better food system. Fresh is a great introduction to some of the core food revolution issues, especially for newcomers to the movement. It's also an extremely omnivore-friendly film; indeed, in my veganist opinion, animal-food enthusiasts are perhaps overrepresented. However, if you're new to the real food movement -- or just starting to explore idea of ditching the standard American (factory farmed) diet -- Fresh is well worth watching.


Vegucated Brings Health (and Puns) to New Yorkers

April 12th, 2012 | by Jessi Stafford

Now, there is a new vegan documentary on the block. Vegucated makes more apparent the tie between eating vegan and making a conscious decision not to support industrial agriculture. But it also shows that eschewing meat and dairy isn't just a walk in the park. It can be a really trying experience, even if you strongly feel it is the ethical choice for you


Obesity is a Killer at Large (Film)

February 15th, 2012 | by SnagFilms

Lately, it seems that turning on the TV means hearing about the threats that face our nation. Whether it is terrorism, war, or the economy, news media often tells us that America is a nation under attack. Assuredly, all of these things can be reasons for concern, yet a more hidden aggressor ought to cause us potentially more anxiety: obesity, especially childhood obesity



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