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2019 SHORTLIST

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Faces of Hunger 2019 reveals the complex range of issues that permeate our food system in the US and globally. Raising both questions and answers, this year’s festival is a catalyst for further conversation around how we eat, what we eat, and the consequences to our health and environment.  Here is the 2019 shortlist collection of films:

  • Our Heart Within Us, Perennial Plates

  • Refugee Garden, Perennial Plates

  • Kids at a Farm, Perennial Plates

  • Alimento, Mijail Peralta

  • Indigenous, E. Williams, E. Etim

  • Seeds (Let Seed Be Thy Medicine), Walker Lambert

  • Alice's Garden, Jenny Plevin

  • How We Eat, Blair Pennington

  • From Homeless to Hopeful, Fox Nakai

  • We are all Fisherman, Emmett WIlliams

  • The Divers, Angela How

  • Un Buen Carnicero, Vittles

  • Cook School, Vittles

  • Ugly & Wild: Learning to Love N.C. Fish, Vittles


ABOUT THE EVENTS AT SCHOOLS

The program includes screenings of shortlisted films and panel discussions on food issues (insecurity, quality and waste) and the films’ roles in mobilizing for social betterment. 


ABOUT FOH SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

The first and only film festival to focus uniquely on food insecurity, quality and waste, FOH is spurring a dialogue about the everyday realities that millions of people face. The inaugural FOH Film Festival is a creative venture of Palms for Life Fund and promises to be a staple in the activism-through-film calendar. Palms for Life is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit. Festival headquarters are in New York City, NY.