"GMO OMG" 2-day Film Fest, Fundraiser for Yes on I-522

"GMO OMG" 2-day Film Fest, Fundraiser for Yes on I-522

2-day film fest featuring “GMO OMG”

Saturday, 10/5 and Sunday 10/6

“GMO OMG” showing at 2pm & 7pm both days with additional films, shorts, and speakers featured in between the two daily showings.

One low price includes all day admittance!

$10 in advance at www.thetriadartstheater.com

$15 at the door

 “GMO OMG,” a film by Jeremy Seifert, is one dad's mission to uncover the truth about GMOs.  See trailer at GMOfilm.com

Wonderful non-GMO food, drinks, and desserts by Susie Kyle and friends of The Yelm Community Kitchen!

Fundraiser for Grassroots Volunteers for I-522 to label GMOs in WA State.

 

Praise for "GMO OMG":

 

"Jeremy Seifert’s plain-folks primer on genetically modified food... Its central concern — that Americans are inadequately informed about the corporate manipulation of the food supply" — The New York Times

 

“Even those who have been paying close attention to these issues are likely to glean some new insight into the various branches of the matter.” — Village Voice

 

"With the cinematography and its family-centric approach, it takes what could have been a dry subject and broadens its appeal. Like any documentary, it can’t be a comprehensive study on its subject, though it certainly piqued our interest to look more deeply into the issue." — The Playlist

 

"'GMO OMG' plants a lively seed of thought"

"Jeremy Seifert uses a light, entertaining approach in his survey of the controversial issue of genetically modified organisms."

"lively, thought-provoking documentary...which surveys the controversial, unreconciled presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in most of our non-organic foods."  "[Seifert's] lighter approach keeps a somewhat arcane topic more easily digestible, dare say entertaining."

— The LA Times

 

"...an Everyman companion to Kristin Canty's "Farmageddon" that combines the folksy charm of Taggart Siegel's "The Real Dirt on Farmer John" and the frightening facts of Robert Kenner's "Food, Inc." His concern: Unlike many other countries in the world where genetically modified organisms are banned due to unknown health and environmental risks, the U.S. is full of them, and they aren't fully tested or even labeled." — Variety

WHEN
October 06, 2013 at 2pm - 9pm
WHERE
The Triad Theater
102 E Yelm Ave
Yelm, WA 98597
United States
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CONTACT
The Triad Arts Theater · (360) 458-3140
TICKETS
$10.00 USD · Purchase tickets

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