Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives (2012)
Created by Jeffrey Smith, a leading anti-GMO spokesperson and the author of Seeds of Deception, Genetic Roulette details disturbing findings that the same devastating health problems found in lab animals and livestock that have been fed GMO foods are now on the rise in the U.S. population.
Seeds of Freedom (2012)
A film from the Gaia Foundation and the African Biodiversity Network, Seeds of Freedom “charts the story of the seed, from its place at the heart of traditional, diversity-rich farming systems across the world, to its transformation into a powerful commodity, used to monopolize the global food system” (to quote from the official synopsis). The documentary gives particular attention to the impact of GMO seeds on world agro-biodiversity.
The World According to Monsanto (2008)
Based on French journalist and filmmaker Marie-Monique Robin’s three-year investigation into Monsanto’s corporate practices, this documentary reports on the company’s toxic history and shady tactics, and the controversies surrounding the use and promotion of GMO seeds.
Bad Seed: The Truth About Our Food (2006)
In Bad Seed, biotech and agriculture authorities give their take on GMOs and their lack of safety testing, as well as unveiling the potential conspiracy to control the world’s food supply through genetic modifications.
Genetically Modified Food: Panacea or Poison? (2005)
This informative documentary consults scientists, farmers and other experts to examine whether genetic modification is the key to creating stronger, more disease-resistant crops, or whether it’s a dangerous global nutritional experiment.
The Future of Food (2004)
The Future of Food discusses the risks of GMOs, including ecological disasters resulting from monocropping, the loss of local landrace varieties, pest resistance, terminator genes and gene patenting by global corporations such as Monsanto.
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