Edible Cinema
August 2018

Nutrition, energy, pleasure. As a basic and necessary part of each day of our lives, what we eat may deserve more scrutiny than most of us give it. What is it? Where does it come from? What is it made up of? What does it do to us? As well as more esoteric questions like "Why doesn't banana flavoring taste anything like bananas?" and "Which vitamin is essential in preventing cosmic disaster?" Films in this program, in interrogating the past, present, and future of consumption will chart all aspects of our relationship with food.

Eating Lunch

by Sanna Lenken
FILM

Animated Science: Nutrition

by Luis Perez
FILM

Eat Me!

by Ilina Perianova
FILM

The Luckiest Nut in the World

by Emily James
FILM

Need for Meat

by Marijn Frank Suzanne Raes
FILM

The Gut: Our Second Brain

by Cécile Denjean
FILM

Living Food

by Minsu Kim
FILM

Now, Forager

by Jason Cortlund Julia Halperin
FILM

Unbroken Ground

by Chris Malloy
FILM

Undune

by Dennis Raetzel
FILM

Yellow Cab 267

by Patricia Venti
FILM

Light Plate

by Josh Gibson
FILM

Smoothfood

by Barry J Gibb
FILM

Bittersweet

by Hugh Rodgers
FILM

A Brief History of Fat, And Why We Hate It

by Adam Bolt
FILM

Foodstuffs

by Joseph Childs
FILM

Bird Watch - Health

by Zahra Al-Mahdi
FILM

Vitamins for Life

by Grier Dill
FILM

Amarillo (Yellow)

by Ana Pérez López
FILM

A Numbness in the Mouth

by Kevin Gaffney
FILM

How To Eat Your Own (Chocolate) Brain!

by Andy Millns
FILM

A Festival of Seed

by Jason Taylor Chintan Gohil
FILM

Je mange la mort pour diner

by Mara Haseltine
FILM

Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn

by Nathan Dappen Neil Losin
FILM

Illustration Compostage

by Élise Auffray
FILM

Transgenic Spidergoats

by Field Test
FILM

The Perfect Apple

by Maria Jurnic Rachel Mayer
FILM
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