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Just Eat It

Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 7:30pm

We open our Fall 2015 Casket Cinema with the Canadian food documentary “Just Eat It” on October 8th at 8pm. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to eat expired food or out of a dumpster for 6 months?  Are you concerned with food waste? If so this is the perfect film for you.  

  • Doors 7:30pm
  • Film at 8pm
  • Q&A follows film

This award winning 74 minute film dives in the world of food waste and shocks you how much we throw away.   Special guests for the evening will be sustainability experts and food shelf experts TBA. They will join Casket Cinema Co-founder  Mark Wojahn in a post film Q&A.  
More info on the film is available at: 
Special guests: Matt Graham and Heidi Newstrom will shar their 'take' on local food waste.  And Jeff Zeitler will discuss his efforts with the Urban Forage Winery and Cidery.  They will join Casket Cinema Co-founder Wilbur Ince in a post film Q&A.   
Cost: Donation of $5-10 will go to a pay the filmmakers. 
When: Thursday, Oct. 8st,  doors at 7:30pm. Film at  8pm. 
Where:  Casket Cinema is located in the art studio of Mark Wojahn.

  • Northwestern Casket Building
    681 17th Ave NE #145
    Minneapolis, MN 55413, (612)781-5223. 

Please bring friends and BYOB. Admission is usually free unless noted. 

Media Coverage:
Who’d have thought that a documentary about scavenging would serve up so much food porn? In their hugely entertaining “Just Eat It,” Canadian filmmaking couple Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer conduct an experiment to eat only discarded food for six months, highlighting an environmental crisis evidently fed by wasteful North American eating habits, but in a cheeky, accessible way. The cornucopia they discover inside dumpsters will leave audiences gobsmacked, and will have them mopping up their dinner plates with renewed vigor. Comparisons with “Super Size Me” are inevitable, and with savvy marketing, the filmmakers may have an small international sleeper on their hands.
Maggie Lee,  Variety