WHAT’S FOR DINNER?

2014 Films

Washington D.C. Premiere

WHAT’S FOR DINNER?

Image courtesy Icarus Films

MARCH
19
12 NOON

Directed by: Jian Yi

Venue: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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WHAT’S FOR DINNER? (China, 2011, 29 min.)

Shown as part of Our Cities, Our Planet

Washington, D.C. Premiere The use of industrial facilities has made eating meat more affordable, and central to billions of people’s daily meals. The film explores the consequences of the high level of meat consumption in China (now twice that of the U.S.) through the eyes of a retired pig farmer in Jiangxi province, a vegan restaurateur in Beijing, a livestock entrepreneur and residents of Guangdong, the province with water polluted by pig farm waste. Directed by Jian Yi. Produced by Susannah Ludwig. Executive Producer, Mia MacDonald.

Introduced by Jennifer Turner, Director, China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson International

Center for Scholars. Discussion moderated by Jennifer Turner with Janet Larsen, Director of Research, Earth Policy Institute and filmmaker Mia MacDonald, follows screening.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Ronald Reagan Building

One Woodrow Wilson Plaza, Sixth Floor Auditorium

1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

(Metro: Federal Triangle)

For a building map, please check www.wilsoncenter.org.

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