It’s no secret that many of us at MNN were impressed by last year’s Food, Inc. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was impressed, too, and nominated the film for the most prestigious of film awards — an Oscar.
If you haven’t seen the film yet, you should. I’m excited that this film is getting the recognition it deserves. I'm also excited because many people who wouldn’t have watched it before will watch it now because it's up for an Oscar. Maybe some of those people will take the movie’s message to heart.
I’ve compiled a list of MNN’s coverage of Food, Inc. to help jog your memory about this film that has made so many of us "never look at dinner the same way again."
- Watch Food, Inc. on YouTube – Our Earth Matters blogger Shea Gunther brings us the entire documentary in nine parts.
- Food, Inc. available on DVD – I’ve got the details about the DVD extras.
- The PULSE: Food, Inc. – MNN’s young, opinionated local correspondents discuss their thoughts about the film.
- Food, Inc. changed my mindset – Student correspondent Stephanie Black talks about what she learned from the film.
- Food, Inc.: Take someone who doesn’t know – I took my husband to the movie, and it made a world of difference.
- Who controls your food? – Our lifestyles blogger Siel gives her thoughts on the film.
- Top 10 environmental documentaries of 2009 – We didn’t need the Academy to tell us Food, Inc. was great. It’s one of MNN’s top documentaries of last year.
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