FLEFF 2014: NPR Journalist Jonathan Miller on Food for 9 Billion


Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann

17th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival: DISSONANCE


Jonathan Miller, radio journalist and writer

Mon March 31
in Park Auditorium
3-4:30 pm
with a special lecture and listening session entitled 

The Journalist's Dilemma: 
How to boil the global food system down to spoon-sized servings without losing all 
its complexity and flavor?

The lecture and presentation will explore his groundbreaking public radio series, FOOD FOR 9 BILLION.

Jonathan Miller has been executive director of Homelands Productions since 2006. As a freelance journalist, he has reported from Asia, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and the USA for NPR, BBC, CBC,MarketplaceThe WorldPBS NewsHour, Monitor Radio, VOA, Radio Netherlands, and Radio Deutsche Welle, and has written for the New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler, Parents, American Way, Christian Science Monitor, and many other publications. He was also a correspondent for Video News International. For 13 years he lived and worked in the Philippines and Peru.Jonathan served as executive producer of "Food for 9 Billion," a collaborative project of Homelands Productions, The Center for Investigative Reporting, Marketplace, The World, and PBS NewsHour. 

Sponsored by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, the Park Foundation, the New York StateCouncil on the Arts and at Ithaca College, the  Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education






Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Patricia Zimmermann at patty@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-3431. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.