21世紀の農業 – 参考資料
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Sustainable Table: What’s on Your Plate? (2006)
Running time: 52 minutes
Director: Mischa Hedges
Summary: What’s on your plate, and where does it come from? What are its effects on the environment and your body? This film presents questions about the sustainability of many agricultural practices, and attempts to pursue some answers.
Food Inc. (2008)
Running time: 94 minutes
Director: Robert Kenner
Summary: The film examines large-scale food processing in the developed world, arguing that its methods do not promote good health for consumers or the environment.
Diverseeds: Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (2009)
Running time: 51 minutes
Director: Markus Schmidt, Austria
Summary: Large agricultural producers have adopted a few plant varieties with genetically engineered qualities for desirable for crop production. This practice has narrowed genetic diversity, which, the filmmaker argues, is vital to meeting the world’s future development needs.
King Korn (2009)
Running time: 88 minutes
Director: Aaron Woolf
Summary: Best friends from the eastern United States move to the agricultural producing regions of the Midwest to learn where their food comes from. They grow a corn crop and attempt to follow it through the food processing system.
Running time: not listed
Director: Christine Masterson
Summary: This documentary is about a new generation of organic and sustainable farmers in the state of Georgia.
In Organic We Trust (2010)
Running time: not listed
Director: Kip Pastor
Summary: This film examines the organic food industry and the paths towards an organic, self-sustaining agriculture system.