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We are so thrilled to announce that FOOD CHAINS won the prestigious DOC IMPACT AWARD from the BritDoc Foundation this year! 

We couldn’t have achieved this without the support and dedication of each and every one of you.

From our theatrical launch in November 2014 onward, we bravely marched together with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in their fight against Publix, Wendy’s and Kroger; we hosted discussions on campuses and with Fair Food Program signatories like Bon Appetit Management Corporation, Whole Foods and Compass Group; we raised money and our voices for farmworker rights; we flexed our buying power – and we saw the effect this had on companies like Giant and Stop and Shop.

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Join the movement for National Farmworker Awareness Week

We need your help during National Farmworker Awareness Week! 

There are currently about two million farmworkers in America. And for far too long, they have been among the most abused, overlooked, and poorest paid workers in this country.

But there is a solution to this exploitation ­ and the solution depends on you.​

During National Farmworker Awareness Week, take the first step towards creating change by collecting your community and hosting a screening of FOOD CHAINS or watching FOOD CHAINS online.



Host A Screening of FOOD CHAINS in Your Community for Only $99

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“Food Chains” Theatrical Release Was a Smash Hit!

Originally posted on the Alliance for Fair Food website.

The launch of the Alliance for Fair Food coincided with the national release of “Food Chains,” which was a smash hit at the box office and in the streets as it premiered in cities across the country these last two weeks. With sold out screenings from Tampa to New York to San Francisco, thousands took in the big screen story of resistance and transformative change, spilling from the theaters and heading straight to the doorsteps of Fair Food holdouts Publix and Wendy’s. Here’s a slice of the action:

No movie premiere would be complete without a run in the Big Apple, and Food Chains certainly did not disappoint. New Yorkers filled screening after screening in two different theaters. Moved by the CIW’s story of determination and hope, moviegoers took to the streets for a weekend of Wendy’s actions, braving the subzero chill to hold a candle-light vigil and flooding the streets with a boisterous, 200-person march down Broadway. Read more …


Opening Weekend Events

We are thrilled to share with you all of the events, parties, protests and panels happening opening weekend! Find your city below, get a ticket then join an event! Email foodchainsfilm@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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»Food Chains is viscerally moving, shows a true lens into the lives of the very people who pick our food.«

Venerated chef and farm-to-table pioneer, Alice Waters

»Food Chains casts a searing glance not only on the horrific conditions for harvest workers, but especially on those who create their plight: food companies and supermarket giants. [...] An important film that will hopefully raise your awareness of the worth of food.«

Reiner Veit, RBB Inforadio

»Food Chains“ is the film at the Berlinale that presents the inhuman living and working conditions of tomato pickers in Florida. The title refers not only to the logistical food chains, it also refers to the chains that rule the market and determine prices: supermarkets, discounters, fast food restaurants.«

Susanne Kippenberger, Der Tagesspiegel

»The illuminating film FOOD CHAINS reveals the price that some workers pay for providing others with staple foods.«

Jürgen Kiontke, Gegenblende

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