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Food Inc.

  1. movies
    The 20 Essential Documentaries of the CenturyIncluding Spellbound, Fahrenheit 9/11, Exit Through the Gift Shop, and more.
  2. At the Movies
    Free Admission to Food, Inc.Catch it now on PBS.
  3. Video Feed
    Make Fresh Changes to the Food Chain“People left ‘Food, Inc.’ feeling frightened and not knowing what to eat anymore. My film is an answer to that.”
  4. Mediavore
    David Myers’ Friends Turned Off by Comme Ca Ruckus; Get a Call from Steve YoungA leading chef sound proofs his restaurant for pals and California plans to lead the way in bovine emission research.
  5. Mediavore
    Food Pantry Demand Soars; Pork Rinds, So Hot Right NowPlus: chefs love Sichuan buttons, and why new restaurants are so noisy, all in our morning news roundup.
  6. best of 2009
    The Best Movies of 2009Studios made more money with fewer releases this year — but there were still too many great movies to fit on David Edelstein’s top ten list.
  7. Beef
    Food, Inc. Creators Still Have Beef With ChipotleSure, the burrito brand is sponsoring screenings, but the movie’s creators are still critical of its policies.
  8. Mediavore
    Unsanitary Restaurants; Over-Sanitary Farms
  9. Foodievents
    See Food, Inc. For FreeFree screenings of the agricultural cautionary tale.
  10. party lines
    Arugula Is a Hot-button Political IssueBut it’s in every Olive Garden, says author Michael Pollan.
  11. Foodievents
    Food, Inc.: The Brooklocavore Premiere!The movie’s hipster-friendly Brooklyn premiere comes complete with cupcakes and pickles.
  12. Foodievents
    Food, Inc.: Finally, Something Bourdain and Waters Can Both Get BehindPlus, why was ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’ almost dumped by Washington State University?
  13. Foddievents
    Catch Alice Waters and Eric Schlosser at the Premiere of Food, Inc.A panel discussion will also include Greenmarket and Stonyfield big-ups.
  14. Big Thinkers
    Barber, Pollan Get Behind Latest Locavore FlickA new film brings farmer-minded dinners, a panel discussion, and of course a “call to action.”