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Fixing Food

Available for

Virtual

On-demand

In-person

Available for screenings until

Jan 01, 2025

Available for screenings in

Worldwide

Brought to you by

Bullfrog Films

About the film

FIXING FOOD tells stories of people who are working to lower our carbon footprint with impactful new ways to gather and prepare the food we need. The film looks at five important areas where we can make changes—farming in the ocean and the air, finding new food sources, learning from Indigenous agriculture, and rescuing the food we already have.

Genre

Documentary

Runtime

0h 47m

Released

2022

Director

Sue Williams

Producer

Sue Williams

Executive Producer

Victoria Wang

Writer

Sue Williams

Awards & recognition

United Nations Association Film Festival

Official Selection

Santa Fe Independent Film Festival

Official Selection

Green Film Festival of San Francisco

Official Selection

What people are saying

Fixing Food demonstrates the transformative capacity of the food system through innovation, creativity, and passion. These pieces reveal that food, produced and used well, is more than calories; it is community, culture, job security, compassion and potentially the salvation of our planet. The food fixes presented here will not replace conventional agriculture, but they offer alternatives that are sustainable, optimistic, and ultimately regenerative to us and our Earth.

Gary S. Kleppel

Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences, University at Albany-SUNY, Owner/Operator, Longfield Farm

Fixing Food offers a celebration of radical business innovation in our food systems that envisions community and flourishing at its heart. These inspirational people and projects make it clear we have the tools to chart an incredibly rich and delicious future.

Paul Stock

Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of Kansas, Author, New Farmers

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