This coming Tuesday, January 26th, you can see "Fresh -- new thinking about the way we are eating" for free.
Go to Room 500, Swift Hall on the University of Cincinnati's Clifton (main) campus. The room opens at 6:30 and the film starts at 7:00 PM.
From what I have read, while the topic is similar to the terrific "Food, Inc," its orientation is more about what individuals can do to get themselves and their families out of the industrial-food system, and also how to help change things for the rest of the world.
Here's a quote about the movie from none other than Omnivore's Dilemma author, Michael Pollan:
“We all know about the problems with the American food system, but what about the solutions? FRESH is a bracing, even exhilarating look at the whole range of efforts underway to renovate the way we grow food and feed ourselves.”
Read more about "Fresh: the Movie" by clicking on the title. We'll be there, so if you can make it, please say hello. I'm excited about the chance to see this film.