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Julia Grayer (Director/Producer):
Julia has been making films for the past six years, including Conversations with Flower (2005), which screened at the Cape May NJ State Film Festival and on Cinequest Online. In 2004 Julia was the Assistant to the Producers on Pigdog Films' award-winning Nail Polish and worked with 9.14 Pictures, creators of the critically acclaimed documentaries Rock School (2005) and The Art of the Steal (2009).
Gage Johnston (Director/Producer/Director of Photography):
Gage has been producing and directing films for the past 10 years including Edward, Stella And The Machine, which screened at Euro Underground and Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, and Something's Happening To Robin Stark. Stark premiered during the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema and opened the Philadelphia Museum of Art films series in 2006. Gage is currently teaching writing and production at Philadelphia's University of the Arts. She has also worked on many local and national documentary films and commercials.
Chow Down was, for me, a great capitulation to Forks Over Knives, Engine 2 Kitchen, and Eat To Live.
Now with more books coming out and films like this one beginning to educate people, the information is slowly leaking out to the public.
There are plenty of people in the vegan culture who would have been great examples to motivate people to change.
Chow Down was, for me, a great capitulation to Forks Over Knives, Engine 2 Kitchen, and Eat To Live. Read morePublished 15 days ago by The Saxophonist
I've come across three movies of this type that I think were better made.
Forks Over Knives
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2
Hungry for Change... Read more
i thought it would be a little more interesting than it was. Would like to see more movies about the weight issuesPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
A very good movie full of information. I gave it 4 stars because there was so much material repeated that I've seen in other movies or books. ( same doctors, etc )Published 10 months ago by Rebecca M. Maslanka
Very basic info and cartoonish presentation. If you've read even one article on the positive medical/health effects of a vegan diet, you won't learn anything new here. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sunny in Miami