COWS ARE NICE (KOR AR FINA)

COWS ARE NICE (KOR AR FINA)


Selections from Slow Food on Film

COWS ARE NICE (KOR AR FINA) (Sweden, 2007, 13 min.)

“Small is beautiful” was once a popular slogan; however, it has now acquired a negative connotation and the new slogan has become “the bigger the better.” As a result, small farmers must resort to selling their dairy cows, as they can no longer survive on their small farms. This means milk is then bought from foreign countries. Directed by Stephan Jarl.

Shown with MR. BENE GOES TO ITALY

Introduced by Brooke Rosenblatt, Manager, Public Programs and In-Gallery Interpretation, The Phillips Collection and Rita Venturelli, Director, Italian Cultural Institute. Discussion with Slow Food DC Chapter Co-Leaders Kati Gimes and Raymond Litman follows screenings.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE with museum admission; students & seniors over 62, $10; General Admission, $12.

The Phillips Collection, 1600 21st St., NW

(METRO: Dupont Circle, Q St. exit)

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