CONSUMED: Wasted! The Story of Food Waste (short film: Borneo Jungle Diaries: Bugs)
Every year, 1.3 billion tonnes of food is thrown out. That's US$218 billion worth of food for human consumption that never gets eaten. With one-third of the world's food being thrown away even before it reaches the plate, it's time to shed new light on what is food and what is garbage.
Through the eyes of chef-heroes like Massimo Bottura, Dan Barber and Danny Bowien, we see how the world’s most influential chefs battle food waste by transforming what most people consider garbage, scraps, and rejects into incredible dishes that feed more people, impact the bottom line, and create a more sustainable food system. WASTED! also showcases forward-thinking organizations and individuals who are already influencing the future of food recovery and demonstrating how eating empowers you.
BORNEO JUNGLE DIARIES: BUGS (short film)
Borneo Jungle Diaries: Bugs showcases the work of Jack Devlin, a British bug fanatic. In this episode, Jack takes viewers on a night safari to find some of the jungle’s craziest creepy crawlies. Jack and presenter Bertie are also treated to a major surprise as they stumble across a tarantula nest full of spiderlings!
45 seats will be kept available for walk-in guests on the day of the screening, so come early if you can't get tickets online!
* Entry to the ArtScience Museum is free for the Singapore Eco Film Festival screenings and workshops. To visit the exhibitions, you can buy tickets at the ArtScience Museum ticket counter.
- The event description was updated. Diff#273654 2017-08-30 02:44:12