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Tue, April 9 at 5:20pm, 7:30pm


  • Dirs. Robert Kenner and Melissa Robledo
  • USA
  • 2023
  • 94 min.
  • NR
  • 4K DCP

One Night Only – Nationwide Event

  • Assistive Listening
  • Closed Captioning
  • Hearing Loop

Part of Doc Spotlight

In FOOD, INC. 2, the sequel to the 2008 Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-award winning documentary, Food, Inc., filmmakers Robert Kenner and Melissa Robledo reunite with investigative authors Michael Pollan (The Omnivore’s Dilemma) and Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) to take a fresh look at our efficient yet vulnerable food system.

Since the first film, multinational corporations have tightened their stronghold on the U.S. government. The system at large has robbed workers of a fair living wage, and profit-focused corporations are proliferating a chemically formulated international health crisis by focusing on growing the market for ultra-processed foods.

The film centers around innovative farmers, future-thinking food producers, workers’ rights activists and prominent legislators such as U.S senators Cory Booker and Jon Tester, who are facing these companies head-on to inspire change and build a healthier, more sustainable future.

“The alarm is still loud and clear, and this time round the economic core of the problem is addressed head-on, the takeaway being that nothing short of a true system overhaul will do. We’re up against a food-processing industry of monstrous proportions and an economic model, supported and subsidized by goverment, that prizes profit above all else.” —Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter

“A fresh perspective on America’s spoiled food system.” —Matthew Carey, Deadline

“A compelling reminder that our food system requires immediate and comprehensive reform. The film not only exposes the harsh realities of our current food industry but also offers hope through potential solutions and calls to action… Leaves us with a profound message: It’s time to cultivate a food system that heals both our bodies and our planet.” —Sycamore May, Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center

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