At the end of January, in Malmö, Sweeden, a salon about food waste took place. Food waste experts from Europe, and community members joined together in a relaxed evening to mingle, enjoy music, and dive into the cross-sectional issues around wasting food. Hosted by Connectors Malmö at start-up HUBn, a co-working space, speakers presented on the issue of food […]
We have updated our resources page! We wanted to make sure our viewers can continue their learning and engagement in the food waste world after viewing our film. To do so, we have compiled some of the most helpful resources we have found over the past few years. One of the barriers to food recovery […]
In a comprehensive and hilarious rant, John Oliver, with the help of Just Eat It excerpts, recently broke down the magnitude of food waste in the US for his viewers on HBO. His medley of jokes between media clips, and hard hitting facts that portray the scary reality of food in America, captured North America’s attention. The […]
We can’t believe it! We walked away with an arm-full of hardware at the Leo Awards 2015! Just Eat It won Best Feature Length Documentary Best Musical Score – Documentary Best Direction – Documentary Program or Series. Yipeee! We were also honored to be nominated for Best Documentary Cinematography. The support we have received has become overwhelmingly wonderful since […]
People all across the United States have another chance to see Just It Eat from their homes tomorrow. After MSNBC launched the Just Eat It US television premier on Earth Day, April 22 with a screening and a panel, the news team will be highlighting us once again! On Saturday, August 1st at 5pm ET, tune into MSNBC to watch […]
At last, you’ll be able to see Just Eat It on television in the US! On Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22 at 10:00 pm ET, MSNBC will air the U.S. television premiere of “Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story” followed by a panel moderated by MSNBC Food Correspondent and Chef, Tom Colicchio. Colicchio will […]
We are thrilled to announce that Just Eat It was awarded the VIFF Impact Award on Saturday night! This award “is intended for the director of a Canadian documentary that’s deeply concerned with social issues. It’s designed to offer some of the resources necessary to amplify the film’s message, ensuring that it resonates long after […]
Our team picked up its first festival award last week at the Hot Docs Film Fest! Grant Baldwin (our director, editor, cinematographer, composer, etc, etc) won the award for Emerging Canadian Filmmaker. Congrats to fellow Knowledge Network film The Backward Class (directed by Madeleine Grant) which won Audience Choice.
We’re excited to announce that Just Eat It will be having it’s World Premiere at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto this April! This is the largest Documentary Film Fest in North America, so we couldn’t think of a better festival to kick off our festival run.