WASTED! is an engaging, fast-paced look at not just the problem of food waste but also the people who are finding solutions for it. In a time when more and more people consider themselves “foodies” it’s increasingly up to chefs and restaurateurs to use their power to cut food waste while keeping us eating the most delectable meals imaginable.

WASTED! will not only educate you about the problem of food waste, it will arm you with actionable ways to make a difference. The way we eat has to change… but that doesn’t mean it can’t still be delicious.

Food Film Forum screening of "Wasted"
April 22
7 PM - 10 PM
Alamo Drafthouse Charlottesville
375 Merchant Walk Square, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

This special screening is sponsored by UVA Food Collaborative. Reserve your seat by purchasing a $5 food/beverage voucher (it will be refunded from your bill at the screening).

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Panelists: Evie Safran and David Slezak (the Haven Kitchen Managers), Karen Ratzlaff (Blue Ridge Area Food Bank), and Samantha Jameson (Aramark / UVA Dining)

Moderated by Paul Freedman

An Extreme Thank You to the Alamo Draft House for hosting the screening, and especially for allowing us to reschedule due to snow.

2018 Film Forum: “Wasted: The Story of Food Waste”