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Big crane in front of building B

Today we continued film recordings with Philip Traa  from Grown Down Town. Philip wants to turn the rooftops in Amsterdam into self sustaining edible gardens.

Today there was a big crane in front  Building B to remove tons of tiles to be recycled and make room for self sustaining edible rooftop garden.


Film recordings City Roof Tops


Today we started our first film recordings City Roof Tops with Philip Traa  from Grown Down Town. Philip wants to turn the rooftops in Amsterdam into self sustaining edible gardens. 

Building B on the Johan Huizingalaan in Amsterdam will be the first building to start with.

Screen shot from our new documentary "go on to the past"

with  me and Philip Traa on the rooftop 

   Within a few months this roof will turned into an edible  garden 

Happy with my new work place and enjoying the view

Generous Garden Project

Today I came across Generous Garden Project they are fighting hunger by growing, harvesting fresh grown produce in Greenville, SC They partner with local organizations and communities to teach others how to grow fresh produce for themselves in a sustainable way. Nice to see that all over the world people are becoming aware.  That we need to move forward to the past. Take a look a there website generous garden
Perhaps something tot cover in our next documentary  Forward To The Past.

Black tomatoes I wonder what they taste like
unlike the Eerlijke Oost we where not aloud to taste anthing


Food Film Festival Day 1

Friday the 9th of May 2014  Tomorrow's Food  showed 
@ the Film Food Festival Amsterdam
  After the wolrd premiere  most people stayed for the Q&A and asked
some interesting questions and some good responses
Super thankful that Jonathan the star of film could be there.

 Q&A  with Jonathan and me after showing The Film  " Tomorrows Food"

Benny talking to MC Film Food Festival


Tickets for the Food Film Festival with our movie Tomorrow's Food being send out.

In less than a week our Film  Tomorrow's Food (Het Nieuwe Eten) will be showed to an international audience. After the film Jonathan the Chef in the movie and I will take the stage for a Question & Ask.
The Food Film Festival is a three-day festival on everything related to food. The films, from documentaries and feature films to classics and an exceptionally rich programme of fantastic shorts from around the world, reflect this passion for food. Every year we screen last year's funniest, tastiest, most beautiful and interesting films. Look out for exciting premieres and Q&As with filmmakers.

Interview with Ron Flens from RTV N-H

Today Ron Flens  from RTV N-H  interviewed us with  about  the film nomination Tomorrows Food  This will be televised in the week before the Film Food Festival


Tomorrow's Food on the silver screen

Today we tested the nominated film Tomorrow's Food on the silver screen and it looked beautiful.
We are ready for The Film Food Festival


Tomorrow's Food has been nominated

We happy to announce that our film Tomorrow's Food has been nominated @ The Food Film Festival


Tomorrow Food WorldPremiere + Q&A

Benny Vink | The Netherlands | 2013 | 51 min | Dutch spoken | English subtitles
Voorstelling 1: Friday 9 May 14:15 | KH 2 + 3 + Q&A
Voorstelling 2: Saturday 10 May 13:15 | KH 1 + Q&A

The best way of knowing where your food comes from is to grow it yourself. Chef Jonathan Karpathios grows his own vegetables, tends his own greenhouse and keeps his own pigs. Anything he can’t produce himself, he sources locally. It’s his way of saving the world.
In Tomorrow’s Food, filmmaker Benny Vink beautifully captures Jonathan’s vision. There is a great deal wrong with the current food system. Meat consumption has disastrous consequences for the environment, and we eat too much food, too much fat and too much from the other side of the world. You can sit back and do nothing, or you can try to lead by example. The chef opted for the latter. In his restaurant Vork & Mes, he knows the origin of everything in his kitchen. 

Jonathan’s menu is determined by what nature has to offer, not what diners demand. His ambition is not to earn a Michelin star but to change the way people think about food. With contagious enthusiasm, he introduces his suppliers. In the greenhouse near the restaurant, he lovingly grows beetroots, carrots, tomatoes and potatoes. "Products become more meaningful when you experience how much time and energy it takes to grow them,” he says. Compelling viewing that makes you want to pull on a pair of wellies and get your hands dirty. 

Both on Friday and Saturday the film will be followed by a Q&A with director Benny Vink and chef Jonathan Karpathios. Jonathan will also give a workshop and a demonstration about real cooking and real food.

Tomorrow’s Food will have its world premiere at the Food Film Festival and has been selected for the FFF Feature-Length Food Film Competition 2014.

The Film tomorrow's Food has been nominated

The Film Tomorrow's Food has been nominated and will been shown to an international audience It has been translated and subtitled to English With the english Title Tomorrows Food. Next week we are aloud to give more details


A future without Power Plants

Centrale Hemweg

 In April 2015 Professor Ad van Wijk told in an interviewed for our documentary  H2 that he envisions a future where Hydrogen cars could provide the required electricity  to replace the power plants a future without power plants.  To make his invision his vision we filmed  Saturday 6 September a power plant in Amsterdam and with some special effect  in post  the power plant disappears

Foto Hans Vink
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