Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Free Film Screening of ‘Food for the Rest of Us’ offered virtually this week

Friday, Oct. 21 and Tuesday, Oct. 25 — VIRTUAL — “Food for the Rest of Us” examines how getting back to the land is tied to other movements such as Black Lives Matter, Idle No More and Time’s Up.

“Food for the Rest of Us” is a feature film that presents four stories of people living life on their own terms, serving as leaders and role models who are lending their voice to the underdog and leading a revolution to a better world, from the ground up.

“Food for the Rest of Us”

An Indigenous-owned, youth run organic farm in Hawaii, a Black urban grower in Kansas City who runs a land-farm at East High School, a female Kosher butcher in Colorado working with the queer community and an Inuit community on the Arctic coast that is adapting to climate change with a community garden in a small geodesic dome.

A Good Pitch Vancouver 2020 Winner and Official Selection of DOXA 2020.Viewer discretion is advised: scenes of slaughtering and butchering meat are featured in this film.

Register to watch at Donations are welcome and go to support our local arts community. Make donations at

The event is hosted by Sustainable Woodstock and Pentangle Arts.

Screenings will take place virtually Friday, Oct. 21 at noon and Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 11:30 a.m.

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