Leo Horrigan and Mike Milli/2016/36 min/Food-Agriculture
CHICAGO PREMIERE. FILM DESCRIPTION: Food Frontiers showcases six projects from around the United States that are increasing access to healthy food in varied ways – from a pioneering farm-to-school project to creative supermarket financing to cooking classes in a doctor’s office and a teen-managed grocery store.
Wednesday, March 8, 7-9 p.m. [South]
Harper Theater, 5238 S. Harper Ave., Chicago
Admission $4 (will screen with Power to the Pedals)
Please stay for the post-film discussion with Power to the Pedals independent Filmmaker Bob Nesson and Food Frontiers co-producer Leo Horrigan (Center for Livable Future). Concrete options for action will be available with local organizations such as the Experimental Station (building independent cultural infrastructure) Blackstone Bicycle Works and 61st Farmers Market.
Co-presented by the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce and the South East Chicago Commission.