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The Story of Food (2020)

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This is a 'No Fresh Carbon Footprint' Docuseries.

The Story of Food - a documentary in nine parts, tracing the trail of devastations bringing us to the point where we are today.

The brink of a point.

The population explosion of the cultivated human; disasters – climatic for the planet-body, pandemic for the human; fast depleting resources; scoured oceans and hollowed out earth; thorough poisoning – inside out; the gaping holes in the web of life; the systemic decay - within and without...

A wrecked planet, the wretched life.

Food being the thread that connects us to life; and the way we obtain our food being the thread that connects us to a way of life, the movie begins by examining – the first milestone on the trail – our agri-culture, our very relationship with the land. And thus, consequently, bringing the focus of investigation to questioning – our very Way of Life. 

This documentary is made available free, and is released under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND) licence.

Support: https://www.paypal.me/thestoryoffood 

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