OMG GMO Film – TrailerPosted: March 1st, 2013 | Filed under: Video | Tags: Adam Peter Lawrence, Agent Orange, Akash Singh, burning seeds, Byron Cole Chaney, Daniel Chun, Daniel S. McCoy, Dow, Elizabeth Kucinich, Erik Buckham, Feature Film, Film, Genetically Modified Organisms, GMO Labeling, Haiti, Jared Selter, Jeremy Seifert, Joshua A. Kunau, Monsanto, Napalm, Neno Stevens, OMG GMO film, Robert Stein, Rod Hassler, Terry Yates, Timmy Vatterott, trailer |
THE GMO FILM PROJECT tells the story of a father’s discovery of GMOs through the symbolic act of poor Haitian farmers burning seeds in defiance of Monsanto’s gift of 475 tons of hybrid corn and vegetable seeds to Haiti shortly after the devastating earthquake of January 2010. After a journey to Haiti to learn why hungry farmers would burn seeds, the real awakening of what has happened to our food in the US, what we are feeding our families, and what is at stake for the global food supply unfolds in a trip across the United States and other countries in search of answers. Are we at a tipping point? Is it time to take back our food? The encroaching darkness of unknown health and environmental risks, seed take over, chemical toxins, and food monopoly meets with the light of a growing resistance of organic farmers, concerned citizens, and a burgeoning movement to take back what we have lost.
Today in the United States, by the simple act of feeding ourselves, we unwittingly participate in the largest experiment ever conducted on human beings. Massive agro-chemical companies like Monsanto (Agent Orange) and Dow (Napalm) are feeding us genetically-modified food, GMOs, that have never been fully tested and aren’t labeled. This small handful of corporations is tightening their grip on the world’s food supply—buying, modifying, and patenting seeds to ensure total control over everything we eat. We still have time to heal the planet, feed the world, and live sustainably. But we have to start now!
Elizabeth Kucinich’s new film about #GMO was just submitted to Sundance! We’re excited to see it! #p2 #tcot #ows twitter.com/gmo917/status/…
— Occupy Monsanto (@gmo917) October 25, 2012
The film premiered on February 10 in Berlin. No details on the American release yet.
Source: GMO OMG Film