Seeds of Hunger
Food & Agriculture • 52m
Directed by Yves Billy and Richard Prost • Documentary • 2008 • 52 minutes
Today more than three billion people worldwide suffer from malnutrition, including one billion who are starving. Filmed in Africa, China, Latin America and the U.S., SEEDS OF HUNGER examines issues involved in creating such a crisis, including the politics of food security and scarcity, declining food production and the need for increased production to meet population growth, the impact of genetically modified foods, water shortages, famine, food aid programs, the loss of crop land, and national food production, distribution and export policies.
"A remarkable documentary."—Le Monde
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