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10 Billion - What's On Your Plate?

10 Billion - What's On Your Plate?
Valentin Thurn
Germany | 2015 | 102 min.

Category: So-called Civilization

Which food production methods can sustain our planet’s growing population? Is the world on the brink of a food crisis? Director Valentin Thurn, whose successful film Taste the Waste was featured at the One World Festival in 2012, presents an analytical discussion of individual agricultural methods, from urban gardening to a mechanised industrial approach, and including artificial food production. The film provides various perspectives from different parts of the world. But the final decision is up to us: What food will we choose for our own plate?


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