Los Angeles

On The Point: GMOs, Food Waste, and Food as Entertainment

Lisa Lucas Talbot, Slow Food USA’s regional governor for southern California (and outgoing coleader of Slow Food Los Angeles), appeared on The Point with Robert Kenner (director of Food, Inc. and founder of fixfood.org) and […] Read More >>>

Fix Food and Robert Kenner revisit Carole Morison (and her chickens)

Carole Morison, the chicken farmer who was featured in Food, Inc. and who discussed her concerns about the intensive methods of industrial chicken farming, shares her new approach with Robert Kenner in the latest video […] Read More >>>

John Muir High School’s CSA: Muir Ranch

John Muir High School’s CSA program–developed with the assistance of Doss Jones and Mud Baron–received some positive media coverage on our local CBS affiliate recently. Check out the students’ productive season: One we hope is […] Read More >>>

Edible Education: Marion Nestle on Food Politics

The third session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class featured Marion Nestle, whose contributions to our understanding of food politics and nutrition are significant and extraordinarily helpful. Dr. Nestle regularly blogs at foodpolitics.com and is […] Read More >>>

Edible Education: Peter Sellars on Food as Culture

Students and guests at the second session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class were treated to a provocative and timely lecture by Peter Sellars, whose passion for social justice and the role of art in […] Read More >>>

Edible Education: Carlo Petrini on the Rise and Future of the Food Movement

The inaugural session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class was held this evening and featured Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food, on the Rise and Future of the Food Movement. Thanks to Bon Appétit Management […] Read More >>>

Good Food Festival Film Series August Event: Queen of the Sun

The third event in this summer’s Good Food Festival Film Series will feature Queen of the Sun, a documentary directed by Taggart Siegel that explores the phenomenon known as “colony collapse disorder” from the perspectives […] Read More >>>

GMO Film Project: This is one to watch…

From the filmmaking team behind DIVE! comes a peek at their next project, on GMOs: GMO Film Project Sizzler from Compeller Pictures on Vimeo. For an update on the film’s progress and to donate to […] Read More >>>

Food Movement Rising: Take Action!

Roots of Change, in partnership with Slow Food USA and a stellar list of organizations devoted to the promotion of a sustainable food system, has put out a video call to action: We stand at […] Read More >>>

Good Food Festival Film Series: July Event

The second event in this summer’s Good Food Festival Film Series will explore the issue of food waste through two films that are lively and thoughtful and take viewers from dumpsters in Los Angeles to […] Read More >>>

A Tale of Two Carrots

Whether you’re a regular shopper at one of the Santa Monica farmers’ markets or someone who’s never had the pleasure of visiting, we think you’ll enjoy this video love letter, which shares some of the […] Read More >>>

Good Food Festival Film Series: Celebrating 30 Years of the Santa Monica Farmers’ Market

We’re pleased to announce the first of several film screenings that will comprise the Good Food Festival Film Series, evenings of film and conversation about issues related to our food: How it’s grown, who grows […] Read More >>>