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The underground documentary that became a massive grassroots success, FRESH is the embodiment of the good food movement.
FRESH outlines the vicious cycle of our current food production methods, while also celebrating the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are reinventing our food system, from a basketball player and former-executive-turned-urban-farmer to a poetic prophet of the fields who tells us: We can raise everything we need without any of the industrial food system. Director Ana Joanes takes her camera coast to coast and explores the lives of amazing Americans who are redefining the way we eat and how we live. FRESH features urban farmer and activist, Will Allen, the recipient of MacArthur s 2008 Genius Award, sustainable farmer and entrepreneur, Joel Salatin, made famous by Michael Pollan s book, The Omnivore s Dilemma, and supermarket owner, David Ball, who continues to challenge our discount superstore-dominated economy.
Both an enlightening documentary and a stirring call to action, FRESH transforms the way we look at food.
This film really opens your eyes about the food we eat and how it get to our table.
Loved how this documentary presented how organic farming is sustainable unlike the myth being propagated by the food industry.
We all need to really make this lifestyle change for the good of everyone and our communities.
Is there anyone more interesting and knowledgeable and with a great sense of humor than Joel Salatin. Wish he could speak locally!!! Wonderful information.Published 14 days ago by Rheta M.
Well produced, inspiring and informative about sustanable farming and the problems we face with industrial farming.Published 22 days ago by Voice of Reason
Just an excellent little film. Not the typical fake liberal preachy stuff; just plain facts. Wish we had the local farming co-op/food store thing they have going on in Kansas City... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Realist
Well presented documentary, showing the stark contrast between a farmer who cares for the earth, and the others who cares for their wallets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jessica Gonay
Fantastic movie. I wish we could go back to the family farm and get rid of these monopolizing industrial companies that make low quality food.Published 1 month ago by SouthernDutch