feast on film

the real dirt on farmer john
The Real Dirt on Farmer John

Screening as part of the A Taste of Slow Food Festival, these hard-hitting and heart-warming films will inspire debate about our sustenance on this planet.

Mon 25 February - Wed 5 March 2008
Full $12
Concession/Slow Food Members $10

the future of food

Examines the complex web of market and political forces that are changing what we eat.

one man, one cow, one planet

This film exposes globalisation's mantra of infinite growth for the environmental and human disaster it really is.

slow food revolution

A seriously sensual journey from earth to table.

refugee: a recipe + strawberry fields

Compelling stories from Israel and Australia using food to explore the impact of war.

the enormous nuclear potato + the real dirt on farmer john

A magical potato and a flamboyant farmer take centre stage.

king corn

Two friends and an acre of corn.

the legend of the holy fisherman + the power of community

Two inspiring films about local food.

darwin's nightmare

A tale about humans between the North and the South, globalisation, and fish.

squeezed: the cost of free trade in the asia-pacific + black gold

Two thought-provoking documentaries that look at the impact of global food systems.

we feed the world

An answer to the question of what world hunger has to do with us.

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