Source: One Green Planet
Revolution Food (2019) – “Revolution Food” is one of those films that provides hope for our future, focusing on the positive changes taking place in our modern food system. Instead of looking at what we’re doing wrong, the documentary focuses on real farmers who are growing/raising real food — and the consumers who are demanding it.
The Invisible Vegan (2019) – “The Invisible Vegan” explores the problem of unhealthy dietary patterns in the African-American community. Providing personal stories and experiences, the “Invisible Vegan” draws primarily from the vegan lifestyle and in-depth research of Jasmine Leyva, a 30-year-old black actress and filmmaker currently based in Los Angeles.
The Biggest Little Farm (2019) – “The Biggest Little Farm” chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. The focus of their farm is to utilize Mother Nature’s natural system of order instead of relying on pesticides and harmful agricultural practices.
Diet Fiction (2019) – “Diet Fiction” is exactly as the name implies, a documentary that seeks to expose the corruption of the weight loss industry. From the director of “Food Choices” — Michal Siewierski — “Diet Fiction” takes an in-depth look at our current diet culture and explores issues of food addictions, weight-loss fads, poverty, marketing lies, and manipulation.
Fork Your Diet (2019) – “Fork Your Diet” is an inspiring, feel-good documentary film about plant-based living. The film documents real-life examples of the healing benefits that a wellness lifestyle can bring and the key role that diet and nutrition play.
See the rest of the list at One Green Planet.
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