something major is happening
Food. It's kind of important. And it's integral to the lives of the world's 7 billion inhabitants.
But what we think of as "food" is something very different from what people ate a century ago. This probably isn't news to you. A number of compelling documentaries have focused on the many downfalls of our modern food system. But while these films have succeeded in bringing awareness to these modern problems, they've also left us feeling frustrated, confused, and hopeless.
But there is an alternative. And it's spreading rapidly across the globe.
Revolution: Food is all about the positive changes taking root in our modern food system. It focuses on real farmers who are growing/raising real food -- and the consumers who are demanding it.
Brian (producer) and Loreto (director) couldn't have come from two more different backgrounds.
Loreto was born and raised in Abruzzo, Italy -- a small town in the countryside that still grows, raises, and makes the majority of its own food.
He has more than 20 years of international experience in high-level cinematography, 13 of which were spend working as a cameraman and video editor for the Vatican Television Center in Vatican City.
Loreto now lives in Southern California with his wife Amy, where he continues to expand his expertise in all aspects of media production.
Brian grew up in Corpus Christi, TX, the largest cotton-producing city in the U.S. Through his exposure to the industrialized food and farming system from a young age, Brian begun a personal journey towards finding better food, health, and ways of doing things.
With a background in music and video editing, Brian spent the majority of his early years in the action sports industry as a freelance artist before teaming up with Loreto Productions to create IDEE Film and Productions.
Together, Loreto and Brian's passion for real food combined with their extensive experience in their respective fields led to the inception of Revolution: Food. In the movie, Loreto and Brian are committed to telling interested consumers about the positive changes happening in the food industry.