"This film poignantly conveys the fundamental role of food in our lives, far beyond just physical health effects, extending to matters of choice, respect, and belonging. It invokes the bold wisdom of Margaret Meat- that a small group of concerned citizens can change the world, or at least their corner of it. And it reminds us that we all have skin in this game- the skin of our children. It is moving and motivating, practical and philosophical, inspirational- and aspirational. I recommend it highly."
- David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP
Director, Yale University Prevention Research Center at Griffin Hospital, President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Visible Evidence 23 Conference, Bozeman, MT
National Alliance for Media Arts + Culture Conference, Oakland, CA
Center for Environmental Journalism,
University of Colorado
Ashland Independent Film Festival