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As part of our vision to provide life-transforming information that is accessible to all people, we are excited to allow communities and groups to screen Hungry For Change and Food Matters for FREE around the globe! You can register a screening for free or browse our screenings register below.
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Integrative Medicine Screenings at a/perture - Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA
Venue: a/perture cinema
311 West 4th Street Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA
Contact: Lawren Desai
The Wake Forest School of Medicine - Integrative Medicine is hosting a series of films and post-film discussions at a/perture cinema - Fall 2018. We'd like to include Hungry for Change in our food/food systems section.
English Club - kripyvnytskyi, kirovohrad, Ukraine
Time: 17:00 (5pm)
Venue: The Kropyvnytskyi Regional Universal Research Library
24 Velyka Perspektyvna st kripyvnytskyi, kirovohrad, Ukraine
Contact: gail nealy
I'm a Peace Corp volunteer. I host a 90min English Club every Tuesday. We have a variety of topics. I am very familiar with this film and have always promoted it to my friends and family. I would like to show the film and have an informal discussion with my members. Ukraine is bombarded with China goods and America processed food. I would love to expose them to the truth. While learning and practicing their English . please not there is a 7 hour time difference.
Lehman College Nutrition Club Movie Screening - Bronx, New York, USA
Venue: Lehman College
250 Bedford Park Blvd W Bronx, New York, USA
The documentary, "Hungry For Change" includes a variety of health professionals and everyday people sharing their stories and research on how American's are manipulated by the dieting industry. According to the speakers, this industry encourages the thought that good health revolves around good looks through fad diets. The speakers in the film express that good health begins with proper education on health and the importance of self-acceptance. After the film is shown, students will engage in a respectful conversation of how they view fad diets and its relation to health.