We Feed the World
|We Feed the World|
|Directed by||Erwin Wagenhofer|
|Produced by||Katharina Bogensberger|
|Written by||Erwin Wagenhofer|
|Music by||Helmut Neugebauer|
|Edited by||Erwin Wagenhofer|
|Language||French, German, Portuguese, English|
We Feed the World is a 2005 documentary in which Austrian filmmaker Erwin Wagenhofer traces the origins of the food we eat and views modern industrial production of food and factory farming in a critical light. His journey takes him to France, Spain, Romania, Switzerland, Brazil and back to Austria.
The film features interviews with several people, including one with sociologist and politician Jean Ziegler.
The film was the most successful Austrian documentary ever. In German-speaking countries it was seen by about 600,000 cinemagoers.
- lumiere.obs.coe.int – Database of film attendance in Europe, retrieved 7 February 2011
- Official website
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