Film screening “Waste cooking”

Film screening “Waste cooking”

About the film

David, a journalist who aims at rescuing foods, travels through five countries in Europe by a kitchen car, which runs on waste oil. He travels by cooking waste foods. We live in a consumption society, in which we waste tremendous amounts of foods everyday. According to the World Food Programme, we discard about one third of produced foods, which amounts 89 million ton in Europe or 1.3 billion ton in the world every year. David meets many people who tackle food problems in unique ways. He serves them dishes made from waste foods, through which he tries to change the awareness of people about food.

Title: “Wastecooking” – Kochen was andere verschwenden (“Cook What Others Waste”)
Produced in Austria in 2015, 80 min / Language: German with Japanese subtitle
Production: Mischief Films / Distribution: United People
Concept, writer, presenter: David Gross / Director: Georg Misch
Official website (in Japanese): http://unitedpeople.jp/wastecooking/

Date26 October, 2017
Time19:00-21:00 (the venue will open 20 minutes before the screening)
PlaceJapan International Volunteer Center (JVC) Tokyo Office
Address6F Creative One Akihabara Building, Ueno 5-3-4, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0005
Fee600 yen
Capacity20 persons
AccessJR Akihabara (秋葉原)station, JR Okachimachi (御徒町)station, or Tokyo Metro Suehirocho (末広町)station
SponsorshipJVC Thai Volunteer Team, P-nong Learning Center (PLC)
How to registerPlease send e-mail with your name and address to arita@ngo-jvc.net

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