Stir it Up
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada
directed by Lorna Thomas
Stir it up is a documentary about collective kitchens, a grassroots
movement that nourishes the body and spirit. Told by the participants,
nutritionists and community leaders affiliated with kitchens across
Canada, it is a story of dignity in hard times and a testament to
the possibilities of co-operative living.
A collective kitchen is a group of people who pool their money,
time, energy and skills to make economical, healthy meals for themselves
and their families. They get together each month to plan meals,
to shop and cook, and share a bowl of soup. Nutritious meals are
taken home and frozen, handy for when money is particularly tight.
But there is more to be gained from collective kitchens than just
healthy meals. While the hands chop and stir, the mind takes pride
in absorbing new skills and making new friends.
The crippling loneliness and isolation that so often accompany poverty
are left on the doorsills of the churches, school and community
centers that host collective kitchens across Canada
Stir it Up
A NFB/ LTP CO-production.
Directed by Lorna Thomas.
Stir it Up is a documentary about collective kitchens, a grassroots
movement that nourishes the body and the spirit.
Running Time- 24:16
Format- VHS NTSC (North America only)
Price: $39.99 + taxes and shipping.
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