On April 3, the Mission Hill Health Movement is showing (in Mission Hill, at 1534 Tremont Street) a 90-minute color movie about American agriculture called "King Korn" (2008).
The film shows how corn is grown as a “commodity crop” and where it goes – to feed lots and into processed foods as cornsyrup and more.
Free "healthy snacks" include:
blueberry juice, apples and tangerines, popcorn, etc.).
The location is
Flynn Kitchen at
Roxbury Tenants at Harvard
805 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Starting time is 6:00 pm (for food, networking, fund, socializing), but the film begins BY 6:30 pm (please do NOT show up AFTER the film starts!).
Learn about how American agriculture results in much "fast food" and how the "background agriculture" looks, and why both human health, animals, and the physical health of the land on our continent are so negatively affected.
Please join us
on Wednesday, April 3 at 6:00 pm in the Flynn Kitchenat Roxbury Tenants at Harvard (805 Huntington Avenue, Mission Hill, Boston).
Can't attend? Then watch the FULL 90-minute movie FREE online at:
King Corn 2007
96% approval from Rotten Tomatoes
King Corn is a 2007 documentary film released in October 2007 following college friends Ian Cheney and Curtis Ellis as they move from Boston to Greene, Iowa to grow and farm an acre of corn.
Wikipedia Release date: October 12, 2007 (USA)
Director: Aaron Woolf
Running time: 90 minutes
Initial DVD release: April 29, 2008
Screenplay: Curt Ellis, Ian Cheney, Aaron Woolf, Jeffrey K. Miller
Earl Butz, former US Secretary of Agriculture