What did the 250,000 USD stem cell burger taste like? Will the blue lupin milk destroy the dairy industry? Can the Veganz supermarket chain push out Tesco one day? And what do all the activists sneaking to barns with a camera to film the cruel treatment of animals have to say about it?
Milk. We all grew up on it. For years they told us to drink it to be healthy and strong. But is it really true? It shows that even this perfectly white foodstuff might not be as spotless…
The 7th Life Sciences Film Festival will see twenty-seven films compete for the LSFF Grand Prix. Festival programmers selected the competition films from among more than 1300 entered films. The Czech Republic has two representatives in the competition this year – The Living Skin of Planet Earth – Geoderma made by Ladislav Mika and Ivan […]
The winner of the 6th Life Sciences Film Festival, “Soil Farmers” by Joris van der Kamp and Fransjan de Waard, is just an ordinary film about five extraordinary Dutch farmers who have tips how to treat soil. The less than 40 minutes of the film will make up for about two semesters of soil science.
The winner of the 6th Life Sciences Film Festival is “Soil Farmers” by the Dutch director Joris van der Kamp and Fransjan de Waard. The Award of the Ministry of Agriculture goes to Germany and director Ute de Groot for her film “Food Race”.
The first foreign guest of the 6th LSFF is Timothy Barksdale from the United States, director of Battle on the Booming Grounds. Tim’s company Birdman Productions created the most extensive library of North American and other birds.
The Life Sciences Film Festival continues during the weekend! From Friday 21 to Sunday 23 October The Food Film Fest programme section moves to the National Technical Library in Prague Dejvice. Come to see the best films from the LSFF programme, take part in debates with experts, enjoy the food stalls. Roman Vaněk, founder […]
‘Call Of The Forest – The Forgotten Wisdom Of Trees’ is a documentary featuring scientist and acclaimed author Diana Beresford-Kroeger. The film follows Diana as she investigates our profound biological and spiritual connection to forests.
Do you think dumpster diving would have stopped Hitler? Or that composting would have ended slavery? Then why do you think that these entirely personal “solutions” could bring about changes on a global level?