Foodies Day at the Movies: Farmageddon Premiere & Meet the Filmmaker with Panel Discussion
Sunday, August 28, 2011 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
Chicago, ILLINOIS 60601
of Farmageddon--the Unseen War on American Family Farms
Please join us for
Foodies Day at the Movies and meet the Filmmaker
Sunday, August 28, 2011
4:30pm -- Meet the Filmmaker, Receiving Line in Gallery Cafe
5:00pm -- Movie Premiere at Gene Siskel Center, 164 N. State Street (between Lake and Randolph)
6:30pm -- Panel Discussion
- Renee Renz, Whole Foods Nutrition Meetup
- Kimberly Hartke, Weston A. Price Foundation
- Kathryne Pirtle, Author Performance without Pain
- Kristin Canty, Filmmaker
- Karyn Calabrese, Holistic Health Entrepreneur, Vegan Chef
7:00pm -- Optional -- Join Kristin Canty after the movie, location TBD *detail not confirmed
* Scroll down to bottom for parking info.
About the Film
Kristin Canty's son was healed of multiple allergies by farm fresh foods, among them raw milk. When she heard of the armed raids and seizures taking place on family farms she was horrified. And knew she had to do something about it. In this enthralling film, Canty lets the small farmers tell their stories.
For more details and to see the movie trailer, visit: http://farmageddonmovie.com/
Farmageddon was chosen as Critics Pick by the New York Times! See also,
For the film's backstory, see the publicist's blog:
Weston A. Price volunteer Chapter leader, Renee Renz, is your hostess for the event. Here is her photo so you know who to look for in the theatre lobby when you arrive. She will need to see your eventbrite tix and then will give you your pre-paid movie ticket.
Can't make this one? See other Farmageddon Events on the publicist's blog.
This is during the Chicago premiere of Farmageddon. If you can't make this event, tickets are available from the Gene Siskel Center box office. The film is playing one show daily, Aug 26-29, 31
Your Hostess, Rene Renz
* Note on parking: Gene Siskel Center offers parking discounts with a validation, please park only at the InterPark Self-Park at 20 E. Randolph, which is across the street from Macy's (there's also an entrance on Wabash near the corner of Randolph). Parking is $14 for 9 hours with a validation ticket, which you can obtain from the theater box office.