From Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser, producer of Food, Inc and Fast Food Nation, comes a powerful and shocking expose about what feeds our country.
This powerful true story of one small group of workers overcoming corporate greed to end slavery and abuse in America’s fields will inspire you to demand your food be fair.
About the Filmmakers
Food Chains was produced by Illumine Films, Two Moon Productions, and directed by Sanjay Rawal. Find out more about the film at foodchainsfilm.com.
“Food Chains is a thought-provoking, eye-opening documentary about the process of getting food from the field to the grocery store. It has a point of view and expresses it unabashedly, which is that no one who toils full-time in the field should live in poverty and that the big grocery chains, given the power they exercise over the whole supply chain and their tremendous annual profits, should take active and relatively painless steps to improve the lives of those working in the fields. The film doesn’t try to present balanced viewpoints, instead of focusing on raising awareness of the situation, in particular of the indignity of living in poverty.” – Andrea Beach. Common Sense Media. Food Chains Movie Review.
“Like so many documentaries seeking to advance social progress, Food Chains is simultaneously inspirational and deeply depressing.” – Frank Scheck. Hollywood Reporter. Food Chains: Film Review. 24 Nov 2014
“Rawal takes a compassionate but dry approach that suggests he’s focused on making a call to arms, not art. The best documentaries manage to be both, of course, but you will certainly leave the theater more enlightened than when you arrived.” – Elizabeth Weitzman. NY Daily News. Food Chains: Movie Review. 20 Nov 2014
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