So you didn’t heed my advice and rush to the theater to see the Food, Inc. movie when it came out last summer? Still haven’t bothered to rent it now that it’s on DVD? Well, it’s time. Oscar Nominated for Best Documentary Feature and endorsed by Oprah, this movie will open your eyes to our nation’s food industry, giving you lots of food for thought.
I don’t get on my soap box much, but this is something I feel very strongly about. I truly believe that every single one of you should see this film. For those of you living in Nashville and the surrounding areas, you can view it for FREE next weekend.
Re/Storing Nashville is partnering with Ingredients for Change to host a free Food, Inc. screening at Belmont United Methodist Church next Saturday, March 27th. Come see it with me!
Don’t live in Nashville or can’t make it next Saturday? Well, that’s okay. You may not be able to see it on the big screen, but very soon it will be right on your TV screen in the comfort of your own home. That’s right- on April 21st, PBS will be airing Food, Inc. for all to see!
Click here for a video preview and more information on the PBS schedule.