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Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition

International

Launched by Barilla

Developed by Userfarm S.p.A.

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Description

The BCFN is an independent center for multidisciplinary thinking and proposal with the aim of providing multiple outputs and contributions with high scientific contents. Over time, the BCFN has become a valuable tool for Institutions, the scientific community, International organizations and for People. A privileged platform for anyone who cares about food, the environment, sustainable growth and the implications on people’s and society’s life.

 

THE BCFN PARADOXES

The BCFN analyses over the medium-term are based on the paradoxes affecting our Planet and related to food and nutrition:

DIE OF HUNGER OR OBESITY?

Over 1 billion people consume too much food causing an increase in diseases connected to overweight and obesity, while an equal number of people suffer from a lack of food. For the first time, the number of obese or overweight children exceeds the number of undernourished children. The former face a life expectancy lower than that of their parents.

FEED PEOPLE, ANIMALS, OR CARS?

In addition to human consumption, world agricultural production is destined for use as animal feed and for the production of biofuels. We are seeing improper competition for the use of arable land.

FEED WASTE OR FEED THE HUNGRY?

Loss throughout the agri-food supply chain and waste in the distribution systems and household consumption generate 1.3 billion tons of wasted food on a global level. Each year, 222 million tons of food are thrown into the landfills of industrialized countries: this quantity of food could feed the 868 million people who are hungry. 

Brief

Userfarm is requesting you to submit your proposal for short documantary, max 4' long, to represent the food paradoxes in your local area. Stories from metropolis as well as rural areas should be genuine and document real life in a journalistic way, representing problems as well as solutions related to the agro-food supply chain (from field to consumer)

The 12 Best proposal chosen by BCFN will riceive budget and production support for the making of the short documentaries.

 

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FAQ

Here you will be able to get in touch with our community team, ask questions and request information. You can also read and go through previous questions from your fellow videomakers.

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