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The Kids Menu

The Kids Menu

With "the loudest voices being critics," The Kids Menu is a call for action to communities and those who work with kids to help transform the environment our children are being raised in, in hopes to curb the childhood obesity epidemic.
Cafeteria Man

Cafeteria Man

This 2011 documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at the positive transformations of school food programs in Baltimore and Memphis.
Food Patriots

Food Patriots

As RDNs, we should be aware of the agriculture, gardens and community food programs near our homes. This film may help RDNs become the resource clients turn to when curious about the origins of their food.
A Place at the Table

A Place at the Table

A Place at the Table sheds light on the prevalence of hunger in America by dissecting the ways that government and community nutrition programs fall short of resolving critical shortages.
A Conversation With 'Dive!' Director Jeremy Seifert

A Conversation With 'Dive!' Director Jeremy Seifert

In the 2010 documentary Dive!, filmmaker Seifert investigated how food waste could be used to help feed America’s millions of hungry and food-insecure communities.
Soul Food Junkies (2012)

Soul Food Junkies (2012)

On a quest to understand his father’s unwillingness to give up a high-fat, calorie-laden diet in the face of a life-threatening health crisis, filmmaker Byron Hurt puts soul food under the microscope.
Movie Review: The Apple Pushers

Movie Review: The Apple Pushers

The Apple Pushers not only makes a strong case for the health and economic benefits that produce carts bring to New York City communities, but in essence documents the American Dream.
Movie Review: Food Stamped

Movie Review: Food Stamped

Directed by, produced by and starring nutrition educator Shira and filmmaker Yoav Potash, Food Stamped follows the couple's attempt to eat a healthful diet on a "food stamp budget" for one week.