FOOD4ALL: Just Eat It – A Food Waste Story

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Logo food4allFOOD4ALL is a yearly festival that aims to highlight the problems of our broken food system, while at the same time celebrating hopeful and inspiring alternatives. The programme features a selection of thought-provoking documentaries, followed by interactive discussions and Q&A’s with experts. Organised by OtherWise, BoerenGroep, ILEIA, FIAN and RUW, in cooperation with Movie W.

In the awarded Canadian documentary Just Eat It – A Food Waste Story filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. After catching a glimpse of the billions of dollars of good food that is tossed each year in North America, they pledge to quit grocery shopping and survive only on discarded food. What they find is truly shocking.

just-eat-it-aUpon learning that 40% of the food that is produced globally ultimately gets discarded, couple documentarians Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer decide to embark on a six month experiment of eating only food that is discarded or will imminently be discarded, with them even willing to purchase it. The one exception will be meals to which they have been invited by family or friends. As their six month progresses, they are surprised about how easy it becomes to find perfectly good food (especially once they learn the routine of where to find it) but how difficult it is to get food when they ask for it. They also find that they have to reassess their views from eating preplanned meals or eating what they may be craving to eating what is available. In addition to their experiment, food activists are interviewed, they who provide their perspective on among other things the unnecessary reasons for the food waste, which are largely aesthetic and economic, misconceptions by the public especially concerning “best before” dates and by companies as to the donation of what they believe to be perfectly good food, and the unforeseen problematic issues of most of that discarded food going to landfills.

> Before the start of the film, a food waste dinner will be provided. Q&A and discussion after the screening.
> Speaker to be announced.
> Special ticket price: € 2,-.

FOOD4ALL
OtherWise, BoerenGroep ILEIA, FIAN, RUW
Audience Award (Calgary IFF 2014)

Gegevens

Regie:
Grant Baldwin & Jenny Rustemeyer
Jaar:
2014
Land:
Canada
Taal:
English
Ondertiteling:
None
Lengte:
75 minuten

English summary

FOOD4ALL is a yearly festival that aims to highlight the problems of our broken food system, while at the same time celebrating hopeful and inspiring alternatives. The programme features a selection of thought-provoking documentaries, followed by interactive discussions and Q&A’s with experts. Organised by OtherWise,  BoerenGroep, ILEIA, FIAN and RUW,  in cooperation with Movie W.

In the awarded Canadian documentary Just Eat It – A Food Waste Story filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. After catching a glimpse of the billions of dollars of good food that is tossed each year in North America, they pledge to quit grocery shopping  and survive only on discarded food. What they find is truly shocking.

Upon learning that 40% of the food that is produced globally ultimately gets discarded, couple documentarians Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer decide to embark on a six month experiment of eating only food that is discarded or will imminently be discarded, with them even willing to purchase it. The one exception will be meals to which they have been invited by family or friends. As their six month progresses, they are surprised about how easy it becomes to find perfectly good food (especially once they learn the routine of where to find it) but how difficult it is to get food when they ask for it. They also find that they have to reassess their views from eating preplanned meals or eating what they may be craving to eating what is available. In addition to their experiment, food activists are interviewed, they who provide their perspective on among other things the unnecessary reasons for the food waste, which are largely aesthetic and economic, misconceptions by the public especially concerning “best before” dates and by companies as to the donation of what they believe to be perfectly good food, and the unforeseen problematic issues of most of that discarded food going to landfills.

> Before the start of the film, a food waste dinner will be provided. Q&A and discussion after the screening.
> Speaker to be announced.
> Special ticket price to be announced.

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