Cooked: Survival by Zip Code -- Centerpiece Presentation

Showings

Roxie Theater Sat, Sep 28 6:00 PM
Film Info
Director:Judith Helfand
Producer:Judith Helfand
Fenell Doremus
Year of Production:2019
Film Type:Feature
Topic:Activism/People Power
Big Nights
Climate
Festival Awards
Housing
Sustainable Cities
Women's Leadership
Country:USA
Running Time:82 min.

Description

Expected Guest: Director Judith Helfand; emcee Brady Piñero Walkinshaw, CEO, Grist

 

Centerpiece Presentation :: 2019 Green Tenacity Award

 

A life and death story about extreme heat, the politics of "disaster," and survival by zip code. This story explores the systematic ways that climate disasters like heat waves disproportionately affect lower income and marginalized communities. Whether it was the heat wave in Chicago or Hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Harvey, Irma and Maria, all of these disasters share something key: they reveal the ways in which class, race, and zip code predetermine who was living on the edge to start with, who gets hurt the worst, who recovers and bounces back -- and who doesn’t.

 

In Cooked, director Judith Helfand challenges herself and others to truly see and respond to the invisible man-made disasters taking place in towns and cities across the country before the next “natural” disaster hits.

 

www.cookedthefilm.com

 

  • EarthxFilm – Jury Award for Best Feature Film
  • Environmental Film Festival at Yale – Official Winner
  • DOCNYC – Official Selection
  • Traverse City Film Festival – Official Selection 

 

Join us before the screening for a panel discussion with Judith Helfand and other guests on 'Climate Justice', 3:30pm at Manny'sFree admission. 

 

Healthy Planet Series Sponsor:

Kaiser Permanente

 

Media Partner:

Grist

 

Community Allies:

Soil Not Oil Coalition

Sunflower Alliance

Mill Valley Film Festival

SFFILM

Jewish Film Festival


Judith HelfandDirector/Producer Judith Helfand's films include The Uprising of ‘34, the Sundance award winning and 2x Emmy nominated Blue Vinyl, its Peabody Award-winning prequel A Healthy Baby Girl, and Everything’s Cool. Helfand co-founded Working Films in 1999 and Chicken & Egg Pictures in 2005.

Included Shorts

One Thing in Nothing (4min) More

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