- 94 min
- Directed by: Robert Kenner
- Cast: Eric Schlosser, Michael Pollan
- Website: www.foodincmovie.com
Dismantling some cherished myths about its agrarian way of life, Kenner's persuasive Oscar-nominated documentary seeks to lift the veil surrounding the food industry in America. The broad thesis is that agriculture in America has undergone a radical transformation in recent decades – a handful of multinational corporations now controlling how produce is planted, grown, distributed and sold.
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Reviews & features
Food Inc addresses western diet debate18 Feb 2010
A feast for the eyes with new food flicks and local beer makes a comeback. The eye-opening US documentary Food, Inc. opens in the UK on Friday 12 February, with a week-long run at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh and three days at the GFT. Feature-length…
Food, Inc.1 Feb 2010
(PG) 93min Robert Kenner’s Oscar-nominated documentary seeks to lift the veil surrounding the food industry in America, and to reveal, in the director’s own words, ‘the truth about what we are eating’ – cheap food, it transpires, comes with some…
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