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Feeding Tomorrow

Up against a broken food system suffering from ecosystem destruction, climate change, health epidemics, and inequality, a brave group of visionary leaders in agriculture, healthcare, and education works to build a more just and regenerative system in their local communities – giving rise to a new global vision for Feeding Tomorrow.

We all have the power to make positive changes in the world, and food is at the center of that change. The FEEDING TOMORROW documentary is the vision of Oliver and Simon English accomplished filmmakers and sons of culinary legend Todd English. It tells an interconnected story of how food interacts with and transforms every part of our lives. By threading together the stories of a dynamic group of innovators, they cast a new vision for a more regenerative world.

The Feeding Tomorrow lens focuses on innovators across agriculture, healthcare, and education as they work to transform our broken food system. They follow Thabiti Brown, Head of School at Codman Academy, Lisa Mcdowell, Director of Nutrition at St Joseph Mercy Hospitals, and Mark Shepard, Founder & Farmer of New Forest Farm to discover the biggest challenges and the real solutions we face in agriculture, healthcare, and education.

The film documents the hard truth about where we are today and provides tangible, working examples: farming that will feed our future, healthy food that will heal us, and a new model for holistic education. Each of the film’s experts provides tangible actions that each one of us can make in our daily lives to be a part of the change.


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