Green Film Fest: AN ACQUIRED TASTE
April 16 only
Why kill your own food? AN ACQUIRED TASTE delves into the inner conflicts of a new urban breed in the San Francisco Bay Area: locavore hunters. Defying factory farms, a young, mindful generation learns to hunt as a way of connecting with the source of their sustenance. Vanessa LeMarie-Workman’s feature debut is a profound reflection on what makes us human.
This screening will include a discussion with director Vanessa LeMarie-Workman and many of the characters in the film.
[Directed by Vanessa LeMarie-Workman, USA, 77 min.]
Included short: Jungle Stairs (2 min.)
This film is screening as a part of the San Francisco Green Film Festival. Click here to learn more about the festival and its schedule.
Community Partners: Bay Area Women in Film & Media | Eat Real Festival
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