Jeremy Seifert
GMO OMG
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GMO OMG

Jeremy Seifert

GMO OMG

How do GMOs affect the health of our planet and our freedom of choice? Is it possible to reject the current food system or have we lost something that we can no longer get back?

2013
90 min.
United States
English
Subtitles: Catalan and Spanish

Projeccions

Jeremy Seifert
GMO OMG
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Datasheet

Show
Direction
Jeremy Seifert
Executive Production
Joshua Kunau, Elisabeth Kucinich, Jill Latiano Howerton
Sound
Daniel MCcoy
Distribution
Docs Barcelona Distribution
Production
Joshua Kunau, Jeremy Seifert
Photography
Rod Hassler
Editing
Terry Yates, Jeremy Seifert
Music
Jubilee Singers
Producer
Compeller Pictures
Synopsis

Director Jeremy Seifery is a concerned father who travels in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet and our freedom of choice? Seifert puts himself to the test: Is it possible to reject the current food system or have we lost something that we can no longer get back?

GMO OMG shows the director's journey from his family's dining room table, via Haiti, Paris or Norway, to the lobby of the Monsanto agricultural chemical supplier company, from which he is unceremoniously expelled. Along the way, he will dig into a question that is increasingly causing concern among citizens around the world: Do we know what we eat?

About the direction
Jeremy Seifert

Jeremy Seifert

Director

Jeremy Seifert is a filmmaker and activist in the United States, he travels around the country givin...

DocsBarcelona Trajectory

2013
DocsBarcelona Festival
Edició 2013
2014
Docs del Mes · May
Edició 2014

Awards and festivals

Award of the audience, Yale International Film festival
EUA, 2013
Award best documentary, Berkshire International Film Festival
United Kingdom, 2013
Berlin International Film Festival
Germany, 2013
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Reviews

With the cinematography and its family-centric approach, it takes what could have been a dry subject and broadens its appeal.

— Kymber Myers, IndieWire

This documentary is a paradigmatic example of a movie with a message inside it.

— Ana Morente, rtve

It is a small art piece made with modest means but with great creativity. The testimonials he collects are devastating and timely.

— Terra Ecología Práctica
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