Part I: From Local to Global
Director: Andrew Hasse & Adam Goldstein, East Bay Pictures, 8 minutes
Joy Moore, longtime food activist, teaches gardening and nutrition to high schoolers at Berkeley Technology Academy This inspiring profile of an effective local educator shows how working with youth can change attitudes about food, improve self-esteem, and transform our ailing food system.
Mandela Marketplace 
Director: Cara Jones, Storytellers for Good, 4 minutes
Mandela Marketplace makes fresh organic produce available to the residents of West Oakland. This story chronicles the efforts of a team of dedicated young people who transport this produce from Bay Area minority farmers to liquor and corner stores in their community
Food Forward, Episode 1 (Segment) 
Director: Greg Roden, 15 minutes
Food Forward goes beyond celebrity chefs, cooking competitions, and recipes to reveal the compelling stories of people who are striving to create a more just, sustainable and delicious alternative to what we eat and how we produce it. This segment, which features stories from Oakland and Detroit, is from the pilot episode for a 13-episode series that is slated to air on PBS in April, 2012.
The Food and Climate Connection 
Director: Sarah Grady; produced by WhyHunger
The global food system is responsible for fully one-third of all greenhouse gas emissions. Climate change, in turn, is contributing to rising rates of hunger. The good news is that the kind of agriculture that’s good for our health is good for the planet as well. This film is the centerpiece of a detailed section on Climate and Food on WhyHunger’s Food Security Learning Center.
Save the Farm 
Director: Michael Kuehnert, WSR Creative, 30 minutes
Activists and celebrities stage an 11th hour tree sit in LA’s South Central Farm to save the farmers from eviction from the largest urban farm in America. Featuring Daryl Hannah, Julia Butterfly Hill, John Quigley, Tom Morello, Alicia Silverstone.
(10 minute intermission)
Part II: Challenges and Solutions from California (8:15 PM)
In Search of Good Food: A Film Tour of California’s Sustainable Food System 
Director: Antonio Roman-Alcalá, 60 minutes
In Search of Good Food follows Antonio Roman-Alcalá, an urban farming activist from San Francisco, on his search for the “sustainable” food system in California, and seeks to answer the question: does the sustainable food system actually exist? If not, what is preventing it from becoming reality? Mixing interviews with farmers, farm workers, consumers, scholars, educators, grassroots organizations, and others who form the food movement in California, In Search of Good Food will make you think beyond “voting with your fork”, to the real challenges and opportunities that we face in creating a safe, just, and sustainable food system.
Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy is an Oakland-based organization that shapes how people think by analyzing the root causes of global hunger, poverty, and ecological degradation and developing solutions in partnership with movements working for social change.
The California Food and Justice Coalition is a state-wide membership coalition that promotes the basic human right to healthy, affordable food while advancing social, agricultural, environmental and economic justice. The organization achieves its goals through education, advocacy and by collaborating with community-based efforts in California.