Mountain Spirit Institute is co-sponsoring the screening of the movie Fresh in New London, NH on Saturday November 21, at 7PM at the Whipple Auditorium on Main Street.
Says MSI director Randall Richards, “We saw the oportunity to get involved and help with the screening of this movie. We’re providing some desktop layout skills, and equipment for the showing.
Marketing and Development director Amanda Richards, had heard about the movie Food.Inc, and having just arrived from New Zealand, had been concerned about what she was seeing in the U.S. food supply. When she heard that Linda Howes, CN, HHP, CBE was preparing to show the movie Fresh, she decided to get involved. Howes is the local chapter representative of the Weston A Price Foundation and owner of Nourishing Wellness, in New London, NH.
The movie takes a critical look at what Americans are putting in their mouths, and how they can improve the choices they making in food purchases, including organic and locally grown foods.
The producers of the movie state, “FRESH is more than a movie, it’s a gateway to action. Our aim is to help grow FRESH food, ideas, and become active participant in an exciting, vibrant, and fast-growing movement.”
The movie will not be shown in regular cinemas. The producers of the movie feel going locally at the grass roots level is more in keeping with the spirit of the movie. If you’re interested in learning more about puchasing the movie rights to show the movie in your own locale, or to see the trailer, check out Freshthemovie.com If you’d like more information on the upcoming screening in New Hampshire, USA, please contact us.
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