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Food Evolution's THEATRICAL RELEASE AND TRAILER!

Food Evolution Feast on Facts | Theatrical Release

 

FOOD EVOLUTION launching 6/23/17 in NYC at the Village East Cinemas, followed by a nationwide release to select cities.
Richard Abramowitz of Abramorama says,
“We are eager to introduce FOOD EVOLUTION to this essential conversation, one in which emotion often overtakes information.
Scott Kennedy’s always entertaining deep dive into the science of GMOs is going to change some minds.”
Check out and share the just launched TRAILER!
 FE SCREENING AT SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
They will be in the Seattle Film Festival with two different screenings:

 

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Friday May 19 7:00 PM Pacific Place Cinemas                                                                          600 Pine St #400, Seattle, WA 98101

Saturday May 20 11:30 AM SIFF Cinema Uptown Theater                                                        511 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

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Scott, Trace and editor Alex Blatt will be there for both screenings!
Bonus: we are honored to also have a private screening at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation while we are in Seattle.
 SPECIAL SCREENING OF THE GARDEN AT THE HAMMER MUSEUM, L.A.
There is also a special screening of the Garden on May 17th, 2017 at 7:30pm at
The Hammer Museum.
10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Scott and Tezo will be doing a q/a after
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