Quinoa Soup

10
/ Aug
Sunday
2014

Quinoa Soup

Location
Portland, Maine
Venue
One Longfellow Square
Time
12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
Price
Film Badge or $5 General Admission.
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Genre | Documentary
Director | Kate Kirby
Editor | Kate Kirby
Producer | Kate Kirby, Natalia Valdivia Salinas, Muna Abdullahi

On February 20th, 2013 the United Nations launched the International Year of Quinoa. A highly nutritious pseudocereal grown primarily in Bolivia and Peru, it is believed that this complete protein could help eradicate world hunger.

Now trendy among health-conscious and gluten-free consumers in the U.S. and around the globe, growers in Bolivia, the world’s largest quinoa-exporting country, are experiencing the effects of the sudden popularity of their staple crop.

A colorful and controversial story, QuinoaSoup provides a rare look into the daily lives of Cecilia and Leocadio, a quinoa-farming couple of the indigenous Quechua and Aymara nations. 

Doors open for priority seating (Film Badges) at 12:10 pm.
Individual Screening tickets will be released at 12:15 pm for $5 at One Longfellow Square, 181 State St, Portland, ME.

*Schedule is subject to change

 

 

 

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