What is Race to Nowhere? It is a documentary film that offers a scathing, and personal look at our public education system in America. The film’s length is 85 minutes and it is rated PG13. (…)
“Food, Inc.” introduces viewers to brave folks who refuse to stand by and do nothing while big corporations continue to produce unhealthy, toxic food for American consumers. Some, like Stonyfield Farm’s Gary Hirshberg and Polyface Farm’s Joel Salatin, are finding ways to work around the broken system to improve the quality of America’s food, one farm at a time. (…)
On the eve of Brad Cohen’s December 7, 2008 debut CBS Hallmark Hall of Fame original movie about his life with Tourette Syndrome, I decided to purchase his 2005 book entitled: Front of the Class: How Tourette Syndrome Made Me the Teacher I Never Had to get a sneak peek into the wonderfully inspiring story. (…)
King Corn, a feature documentary about two friends, one acre of corn, and the subsidized crop that drives our fast-food nation comes to PBS. Set your TIVO box to record and watch in awe the story of how one crop could become such a focus on obesity in America through the use of hybrid seeds, pesticide and fertilizer overuse, and manufacturing processes that turn it into over processed products that can harm….. (…)
Little Remy, played by Patton Oswalt, takes us on a wild journey from the rooftop of a French cottage in the country all the way to Paris where he struggles to fulfill his culinary dreams while making friends and defying everyone’s wildest expectations.