Self-described as a "Christian-libertarian-environmentalist-capitalist-lunatic-farmer," Joel Salatin is one of the most interesting people I have ever met.
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Over the course of my career I have made films about a broad range of subjects, immersing myself in each while making the film. It was not until Food,...
Industrial food companies don't want us thinking about how our food is produced. They spend billions of dollars maintaining the myth of small family farms with white picket fences and cows on green pastures.
Last week, Jim Cramer did a fascinating segment on the seed giant and Roundup herbicide producer, Monsanto. He posits that Monsanto could be a prime t...
In Southern California, Chipotle resorts to using meat from cows that must be fork-lifted to slaughter because they're too sick to even walk.
Make a deal with the kids. You'll sit through Transformers, but they have to see Food, Inc. Just don't sit in the second row for either movie, trust me.
The film starts with facts you will have heard before if you've read Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan, but it quickly passes on to the stories of individuals.
Food, Inc. is a hard movie to enjoy. Not that it's not well-made. Just the opposite: It's so convincingly compelling.
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