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Food Chains (film)

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Food Chains
Food Chains Documentary Poster.jpg
Release poster
Directed by Sanjay Rawal
Produced by Smriti Keshari
Hamilton Fish
Sanjay Rawal
Written by Erin Barnett
Sanjay Rawal
Starring Eve Ensler
Barry Estabrook
Dolores Huerta
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Kerry Kennedy
Eva Longoria
Eric Schlosser
Forest Whitaker
Music by Gil Talmi
Cinematography Forest Woodward
Edited by Erin Barnett
Distributed by Screen Media
Release date
  • February 2014 (2014-02) (Berlinale)
Running time
83 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Food Chains is a 2014 American documentary film about agricultural labor in the United States directed by Sanjay Rawal. It was the Recipient of the 2015 James Beard Foundation Award for Special/Documentary.[1]


In Immokalee, Florida, migrant farmworkers pick fruits and vegetables that are sold to large US food wholesalers.[2] However, their working conditions are shown to be less than favorable.[2] As a result, they form the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) to raise awareness and improve their circumstances.[3] Specifically, they go on a hunger strike to pressure Publix, a Florida-based food wholesaler, to pay them one penny more per pound of tomato.[3] Meanwhile, the documentary also shows farmworkers in the vineyards of the Napa Valley.[4]


The film was produced by actress and Democratic fundraiser Eva Longoria, Fast Food Nation author Eric Schlosser, and heiress Abigail Disney, among others.[4]

It was presented at the Berlin Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival and the Napa Valley Film Festival.[2][4] Shortly after, Screen Media purchased the distribution rights for North America.[2] A Spanish version, narrated by actor Demián Bichir was released.[3]

Critical reception

In a review for The Hollywood Reporter, Frank Scheck suggested not much had changed since Harvest of Shame, a 1960 documentary about the same topic.[3] He concluded that Food Chains was 'simultaneously inspirational and deeply depressing.'[3] Writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, Tara Duggan added that there were 'many chilling moments' in the documentary.[4] In The New York Daily News, Elizabeth Weitzman called the documentary 'unsettling,' concluding 'you will certainly leave the theater more enlightened than when you arrived.'.[5] Jeannette Catsoulis of the New York Times called the film 'rousing' and 'emphatic and empathetic.'.[6]


  1. ^ James Beard Foundation, / The 2015 Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards: Complete Winner Recap, James Beard Foundation, April 24, 2015
  2. ^ a b c d Dave McNary, Eva Longoria’s ‘Food Chains’ Documentary Getting U.S. Distribution, Variety, March 31, 2014
  3. ^ a b c d e Frank Scheck, 'Food Chains': Film Review, The Hollywood Reporter, November 24, 2014
  4. ^ a b c d Tara Duggan, Documentary shows how those who pick our food get a raw deal, San Francisco Chronicle, November 25, 2014
  5. ^ Elizabeth Weitzman, 'Food Chains': Movie Review, The New York Daily News, November 20, 2014
  6. ^ Jeannette Catsoulis, In for a Penny, in for a Pound, and Better Work Conditions, The New York Times, November 20, 2014

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