Food Forward is a series of thirteen, 30-minute episodes exploring new ideas of food in America
Raising $125,000 to shoot a pilot episode on urban agriculture in America
Food Forward goes beyond celebrity chefs, cooking competitions, and recipes to reveal the compelling stories and inspired solutions envisioned by food heroes across America who are striving to create a more just, sustainable and delicious alternative to what we eat and how we produce it.
Written by food journalist Stett Holbrook and produced by a veteran documentary film making team led by Greg Roden, Food Forward is a series of thirteen, 30-minute episodes exploring new ideas of food in America as told by the people who are living them.
Each episode will focus on a different theme–school lunch reform, urban agriculture, commercial fishing, grass-fed beef, soil science–and spotlight the real people who are creating viable alternatives to how we grow food and feed ourselves.
Watch our first trailer below, a segment from an episode on biodynamic agriculture featuring innovative chef David Kinch.
Now we are working hard to raise $125,000 to shoot our pilot episode on urban agriculture in America. We’ve got many more great stories to tell. We hope you’ll come along with us.