Starting in Fall 2014 - everything you'll need to host a movie night with friends and family. Plan one night a week or one night a month to host a movie night with your friends and make it a regular event. For just a few dollars you can pick a movie that have been "hand-picked" for their relevance to the topic about our food, GMOs and the possibilities for the future. We NEED to start talking about the future of our food. You'll find affordable options for movies that you can watch in your living room with your friends, printable and email invitations, resources that you can print out and share with the "audience". Make it a regular event. Take turns hosting and make it fun!
CHOOSE YOUR MOVIE
I've selected titles and made them available on What's the Scoop With My Soup online store. These movies are great to feature for movie nights to get the GMO conversation started and invite discussion about our future of food. I've included many different movies in the selection in the online store that are available to rent and stream to your living room instantly. These movies are available from Amazon for just a few dollars to rent. Many have options to purchase it and add it to your library.
Create your own personalized invitation for your movie night. Available on Evite website FREE and premium versions to chose.
You can download and print on your printer or save them on a thumb drive and take to your local printer.
PARTY FAVORS - Resources
Handouts with GMOs to avoid, including "hidden ingredients". These are great to give your guests as a resource they can have when shopping for Non-GMO options and having the knowledge they need. Download and/or print for one for each guest.
Scientific Study – Why popcorn isn’t a GMO http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22009288
Popcorn, even though it's corn it cannot cross pollinate with GMOs biologically and so popcorn cannot be a GMO. However, the oil that popcorn is cooked typically is one of, or a combination of the following: corn oil, canola oil, cottonseed oil or vegetable oil which are made from GMO crops unless the oil product is specified as USDA organic or Non-GMO Project Verified.
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Disclaimer - your movie event must be held in your home and not a public place. U.S. copyright law defines a public performance as any screening of the film outside of the home or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a school, library, auditorium, classroom, or meeting room.
If you are interested in hosting a larger event at your local school, library or community center, please contact us for public viewing permissions for a select number of the movies. Please contact email@example.com for more details.