Canberra Screening – 11th February

Fair Food is Australia’s first feature-length documentary that tells the story of our farmers, social entrepreneurs and communities pioneering new approaches to food production, marketing and distribution.

Our current food system is broken – two supermarkets control 75-80 per cent of the grocery market, cheap imports undercut local producers markets and farmers are walking off the land in droves. But Fair Food reveals a countercurrent to these trends – a fair food movement that’s gathering momentum, led by biodiverse family farmers, independent food enterprises, and communities and individual food buyers around the country.

 

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Tickets to launch events around the country are limited, so don’t miss your chance to be a part of the fair food revolution.

WHEN: Wednesday 11th Feb, 6pm

WHERE: National Library of Australia
Level LG1, Theatre
Parkes Place West, Canberra
Directions here.

A panel discussion will follow the screening with speakers to be announced.

This screening proudly presented by RDA Southern Inland and Southern Harvest and supported by Slow Food Canberra

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Interested in holding your own community screening? Register your interest here.