A Different Path

 

Milk in the Land

This provocative film will provide viewers with new and surprising insights into this commonplace but iconic American drink and contemporary debates over the nutritional merits of raw vs. pasteurized milk, independent vs. industrial farming techniques, seasonal vs. year-round milking, and whether our land of plenty has been transformed into a land of waste

​“Animation, terrific cinematography and original music enhance the message of the implications of industrialization in our lives, the lives of animals and in the food chain.” —Ray Pride - Newcity Film

​“Eye-opening... maintains an ethereal tone" —Joshua Katzman -  The Chicago Reader

​"Spooky, sad, and perhaps a little cautionary... a memorable documentary."—Marty Mapes, Movie Habit

"Truly captivating... makes clear that nature's perfect food is inextricably bound to the social history of America."—Lisa Tucker, Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture

​"McCollum Creates a Deeply Layered almost Metaphysical  Experience" -  Claiborne Smith -

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"A Gripping  Soulful  Film" - June Chua -

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"Hybrid"  Re-released through

Slamdance Film Festival and Cinedigm  available on DVD &  Itunes.

Purchase a digital copy here.

 

 

 

 

It can be viewed online temporarily on my link provided.  Educational versions can be purchased   through DER. (Documentary Educational Resources)



 

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