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StopMonsanto Film Project


More and more people are becoming aware that it's very essential to have access to foods and products that are not contaminated with pesticides, herbicides, and chemicals, and carcinogens. In less than a decade, a major movement has taken place to force the food industry to pay attention about what they put inside our food. The Monanto Fil Project is a story of David versus Goliath. The large American Food corporations try their best to hide toxic chemicals and pesticides in our food supply. They go as far as bribing politicians and members of Congree to hide GMOs and toxins in our food supply. But despite all their effort and the wealth of resources they have thrown at the media to belittle the movement and discredit any harm to American people — at least some of these corporations themselves admit that they have lost the battle to mute the voice of ordinary Americans who want good healthy nutritional food products.


Today, there are more local food stores like PCC, serving organic produce without pesticides and chemicals than ever before and the organic movement is getting stronger. Almost every large grocery store in America is either offering organic produce or intends to modify their sourcing to include organic healthy foods and produce. But the battle is not over yet. There are many challenges when it comes to proper labeling and wholesomeness of organic foods. A few giant food corporations and their PR departments pay for research and studies and FDA relies on their research to approve a product like GMOs as safe. For instance, it is much harder to prove that there is immediate danger to the health of the public as a result of “long-term” consumption of GMO foods – since this is an oxymoron attempt to disprove what itself is impossible to prove.


These corporations are now fighting harder to protect their wealth acquired from the use of chemicals, pesticides and dangerous carcinogens. But as usual, the public is not remaining silent nor is accommodating such tricks and bullying tactics. People from every corner of this country are uniting and supporting the grass root movement to protect the wholesomeness of organic food in our country. One of most promising and effective ways to reach the American public is through education and entertainment. By producing movies and documentaries, you can help to wake up the American public to make up their mind and choose for themselves. Entertaining movies can do even more to raise awareness for a topic than documentaries or news stories. Now Mariel Hemingway, famous actress and writer, is intending to produce a movie about Monsanto and its dark history. This movie includes aspects of food production, GMO contamination, and the health issues associated to GMOs.


“I want to make a difference by creating a film that pulls at people's heart strings ... that is how people will be inspired to do something in their own lives. We are emotional beings and when we are moved we take in information better. I believe we are more likely to make changes in our food choices if we know what is going on. It is that simple. It is about having knowledge so that we can all stand up and say "I have a right to know what I am eating and whether or not it is good for me." At the same time we don't want to be told what to do or given facts and figures in a monotonous way... we like stories, we like transformations and that is what we are going to create with our little movie”, says Mariel. She also intends to make it as entertaining as possible. Vvisit StopMonsanto Film Project today and show your support for this wonderful project!

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