Review: ‘Feeding Tomorrow’ is a timely, worrying documentary worth watching

CHENNAI: Food is a universal language — it is a global unifier, says Sekani Nash, an organic farmer of the Field to Fork Community Farm, in an incisive documentary titled “Feeding Tomorrow.” Directed by brothers Oliver and Simon English, the nearly two-hour documentary talks about how food is about more than keeping the body alive. It plays a great role in society — spiritual, cultural, religious. emotional and economic.  

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