In need of a little #HumpDayMotivation? We got you covered.
Here’s a simple cure for what ails you: A trio of Festival films on food, public and mental health — all available for streaming via FoodMatters.com
(USA, 2014, 60 mins)
Chewing gum might seem like an innocuous treat, but the moment its chemicals get digested by our bodies, or flattened onto city sidewalks, or dissolved into our rivers, it becomes a menace to society. Directed and produced by Andrew Nisker.
(USA, 2015, 71 mins)
Grassroots activists all over the world are fighting back against the pro-business loopholes that allow the American chemical industry to export pesticides to other countries, threatening lives. Directed by Evan Mascagni and Shannon Post and produced by Player Piano Productions.
(USA, 2015, 59 mins)
A group of teenagers board a bus for West Virginia, leaving the streets of Washington, DC to participate in an ambitious peace education program. For the first time in their lives Mark, Asha, Martha, and Corey play in mountain streams, sing under the stars, and confront the entrenched abuse, violence and neglect cycles of their past. But as they return to DC, each young person faces an unforgiving series of hurdles and roadblocks that challenge their efforts to build a better life. Through breathtaking visuals from street corners to mountaintops, Fly By Light is an intimate exploration of the chaotic, confusing, and emotional journey to rewrite a young person’s future.