Lunch Love Community
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Showings
Roxie TheaterSun, Jun 1 1:00 PM Not Available  
 
Film Type
Film Type:Feature
Topic
Topic:Food Security
Healthy Kids
Livable Cities
Take Action
Description
Helen De Michiel | USA | 2013 | 90 min
San Francisco Premiere

Do we know what our children are eating? This is a true story of how farsighted and dedicated individuals – parents, educators, public health advocates, and food system reformers – unite to change how children eat, how they learn in school, and how the whole community can restore healthy food systems in a climate-changing world.

Focused on the real-life experience of community advocates and food professionals that have worked with educators in Berkeley, CA, this is an interactive session using short films and expert discussion to inspire change in the way kids eat. Learn more about food systems reform, what others have done successfully, and what it means for our community.

www.lunchlovecommunity.org

Discussion with: Helen De Michiel and Sophie Constantinou, filmmakers; David McClellan and Jonathan Hill, Farm Fresh Choice; Kathryn Boyle, Community Benefit Programs, Kaiser Permanente.

You might also like to see Project Wild Thing (May 31) or Way Beyond Weight (May 31)


Sponsored by:

Kaiser Permanente

Co-presented by: Eat Real Festival ; National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC); Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC); Real Food Media
Additional Information
Helen De Michiel is a director, writer and producer whose work includes film, television, media installation and transmedia projects. She has been a central participant in the media arts and public media field since 1983, when armed with her newly acquired MFA she landed a film curatorial position at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. She has made several award-winning independent documentary and dramatic works, produced programming for public television, created community media projects with youth, and writes regularly about issues in the media field. Her films and video works are included in several museums around the country including New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
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