The Future of Food[documentary by the widow of Jerry Garcia][DivX][Eng]

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Name:The Future of Food[documentary by the widow of Jerry Garcia][DivX][Eng]

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The Future of Food premiered September 14, 2005 at Film Forum in NewYork City to a SOLD OUT audience! The trailer for this film (astreaming Quicktime link) is available here:

"A MUST-SEE! Thank you to Ms Garcia! This is the VERY BEST, mostinformative and well-done documentary on the matter. The essential issummarized in one place: a DVD that is real easy to follow. It is quitecomprehensive. Some very strong reports/interviews from well-knownscientists, and testimonials from genuine farmers. Also all theanimations are excellent. And the photography is in many placesbeautiful (especially the part filmed in Mexico). On the top of that,it is also the best documentary I've ever seen, flowing along anamazingly informative path. I highly recommend it for a) those who knowabout this matter, and b) those who don't know yet about it :~]"
--- review by Francois-hugues (California USA) December 21, 2005

"If you live in the US and eat food, you have to see this. If you arenot familiar with GM(genetically modified) foods or do notintentionally avoid GM foods, you are probably consuming them. Soy,corn and canola are the main crops being manipulated by the "WhiteCoats".

Deborah Garcia(widow of Jerry Garcia) shows what is going on in theCorporate agriculture world. There must come a point where man says"Haven't we screwed things up enough, is profit more important thanwhat is right and just?"

The corruption that is engulfing the whole agriculture community isunreal. If grown properly and organically there should be no need forfertilizers and pesticides. If the soil is mineral rich than cropsshould grow unhindered. Read "One Straw Revolution" by Masanobu Fukoka,if you can get your hands on a copy. He (explains) thoroughly how togrow crops naturally with as little human intervention as possible.

Thank you Ms Garcia for this enlightening documentary."
--- review by Paul b (Cleveland, OH USA) December 15, 2005


"There is a revolution happening in the farm fields and on the dinnertables of America -- a revolution that is transforming the very natureof the food we eat.

THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbingtruth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods thathave quietly filled U.S. grocery store shelves for the past decade.

From the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada to the fields of Oaxaca,Mexico, this film gives a voice to farmers whose lives and livelihoodshave been negatively impacted by this new technology. The healthimplications, government policies and push towards globalization areall part of the reason why many people are alarmed by the introductionof genetically altered crops into our food supply.

Shot on location in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, THE FUTURE OF FOODexamines the complex web of market and political forces that arechanging what we eat as huge multinational corporations seek to controlthe world's food system. The film also explores alternatives tolarge-scale industrial agriculture, placing organic and sustainableagriculture as real solutions to the farm crisis today."
--- from Lily Films <>

"This stylish film is not just for food faddists and nutritionists.
It is a look at something we might not want to see: Monsanto, Roundupand Roundup-resistant seeds, collectively wreaking havoc on Americanfarmers and our agricultural neighbors around the world. In the end,this documentary is a eloquent call to action."
--- The Telluride Daily Planet


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