In conjunction with Freshlunches, Healthy Child Healthy World, and Clif Bar, Slow Food Los Angeles is pleased to support the free screening and Los Angeles debut of Two Angry Moms, a documentary by Amy Kalafa.
What happens when two fed-up moms try to change the school lunch program to get better food for children? Freshlunches has generously agreed to host the Los Angeles screening to help support filmmaker Amy Kalafa’s mission of raising awareness for healthier school food. Two Angry Moms takes you on a nationwide journey that will inspire you to take action and suggest how you can make a huge difference in your neighborhood and schools.
When: Saturday, October 18, 2008. Reception begins at 5:00pm, film screening from 6:00pm until 7:30pm, and a Q&A panel from 7:30pm until 8:30pm.
Where: Cal State Northridge, USU Theater. Parking is available at Student Lot G4, off of Zelzah Avenue, for a fee of $5.00. Free street parking is available on Zelzah Avenue. (See campus map.)
Cost: Free, but reservations recommended as space is limited. Donation suggested.
A reception will be held prior to the show, where attendees can sample Freshlunches products and meet Amy Kalafa. The screening will be followed by a Q&A panel with Amy Kalafa and representatives from Slow Food Los Angeles and Healthy Child Healthy World. Find out how you can make a difference in bringing better and healthier food in your school lunch program and learn what others are doing in the community to promote a healthier world.
Freshlunches will donate a portion of the event’s proceeds to the non-profit organization Healthy Child Healthy World. Remaining proceeds will be used to fund Freshlunches’ Bright Star School lunch program, where 95% of student lunches are free or offered at a reduced price.