Food films for your consideration

King Korn: You Are What You Eat

Photo by Flickr user elycefeliz,used under a Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Wondering what to stream online, check out from the library, or rent at your local video store?

Thanks to HuffPost, I discovered a list of “26 Films Every Food Activist Must Watch,” compiled by Danielle Nierenberg and Katie Work.

The films include modern classics like King Corn, others still in production—like Food Chains, whose Kickstarter campaign I contributed to—and a number of movies I hadn’t heard of.

As they describe,

Food Tank has selected 26 films — both long and short — to share with you. From the importance of land rights for smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa to the insidious dominance of fast food in an urban community in California, each of these films can inform and inspire eaters all over the world.

For the full list with links and brief descriptions of each film, head to Food Tank’s website. Happy viewing!

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