A Place at the Table
Learn more about the film and what you can do about hunger
A PLACE AT THE TABLE is an engrossing new film about an issue that affects us all, even those fortunate enough to never know hunger. It takes audiences on a riveting journey that will change forever how you think about democracy and show how we can end hunger quickly and effectively in America.
A PLACE AT THE TABLE was directed by Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson, and executive produced by chef/restaurateur Tom Colicchio, in partnership with Participant Media (An Inconvenient Truth; Food, Inc.). It features leading experts, including actor and longtime activist Jeff Bridges, but its strength lies in the storytelling. The cameras follow three young people, Rosie, Barbie and Tremonica, whose unfolding lives illustrate poignantly the untold ramifications of food insecurity and malnutrition/obesity. Their stories, told in simple verité fashion, are going to change the national dialogue about hunger.
A PLACE AT THE TABLE is in theaters nationwide now. Find showtimes/theaters near you.
It's also available now on iTunes and On Demand. Learn more about the film and what you can do about hunger right now at takepart.com/table.