Eat Up is an eye-opening account on the abject state of school lunch programs and one entrepreneur’s yearlong mission to prove that she can improve the nutritional value of school lunches while offering food that students will actually want to eat.
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Filmed over 12 months inside Boston public schools’ cafeterias and kitchens, Eat Up tells a story of power, food and the future of children, and how hard it can be in America to do the right thing in the face of unwieldy regulations and corporate interests. DocShowcase.TV/EatUp @docshowcase
Eat Up ripples from Boston to cafeterias across the nation, offering a model for healthy eating and how to navigate the politics of our most difficult terrain: public schools. DocShowcase.TV/EatUp @docshowcase
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As Churches are opening back up, Scientologists lucky enough to make the pilgrimage to East Grinstead are documenting their excitement on video and sharing it with the world on Scientology Network’s popular video series Scientologists @home.
Amidst the pandemic, the demand for streaming and television content has surged. Yet, at a time when uplifting content became more necessary than ever, it has become harder than ever for Independent filmmakers to gain access to worldwide audiences.
Now that Scientology Churches are open again, Scientologists around the world, and around Dallas-Fort Worth, are safely flocking back into their local Churches…