We welcome you to the first film club for the autumn, where we will show "Dive! Living Off America's Waste".
Afterwards we will go to the café at Hagabion and discuss the film around some beer or coffee!
Please note that from now on, the film club will take place on Tuesdays!
The film follows director Jeremy Seifert and his friends as they dumpster dive behind several grocery stores in the Los Angeles area to demonstrate the massive amount of food that is wasted each year in America. After showing that muc
h of the food found in dumpsters is perfectly edible, Seifert confronts the managers of the stores to question why they don't donate more of it to local food banks, especially in light of the 1996 Federal Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act, which protects them from liability for such donations. The legality and ethics of dumpster diving are discussed when the stores begin locking up their dumpsters. Finally, Seifert considers the waste created by individual consumers when they throw out food that is only partly bad or just past its expiration date. [From Wikipedia]
Göteborg, Sprängkullsgatan 25
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