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The next chapter on America’s food crisis from the people that brought you FOOD, INC: 1 in 4 kids don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Hunger is a growing epidemic in the US, and we can fix it.
"A PLACE AT THE TABLE forcefully makes the case that hunger has serious economic, social and cultural implications for the nation."
- Julie Makinen, LA Times
"The film explains with devastating simplicity why so many go hungry in a country with more than enough food to go round." - London Evening Standard
"Filmmakers Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush present these facts in A HIGHLY POLISHED PACKAGE, intercutting real-life stories of people struggling to find sufficient food with interviews with policy experts and celebrities who have made hunger their cause" - The Salt Lake Tribune
"BEAUTIFULLY SHOT AND EDITED. THE CRAFT IS OF A VERY HIGH LEVEL" - Toronto HotDocs Film Festival Must See
"The Sundance Film Festival is chock full of documentaries this year about the troubles besetting America ... but A PLACE AT THE TABLE may rank AMONG THE MOST MOVING in that it tackles a seemingly straightforward, solvable problem: hunger in the United States." - LA Times
"A POIGNANT FILM ABOUT HUNGER IN THE UNITED STATES" - Deseret News
"A PLACE AT THE TABLE is an ENGAGING AND ENRAGING movie that will enlist supporters for its cause." - Variety
"A PLACE AT THE TABLE doesn't offer any answers. Instead, it asks you to help find them by getting involved, which is the mark of an EXCELLENT DOCUMENTARY."
- Toronto Film Scene
"How can you be both hungry and obese? It's a paradox that more and more people in the United States are beginning to understand, and a question that's convincingly answered in Finding North, A PROVOCATIVE DOCUMENTARY about hunger within America's own borders."- Press+1