"King Corn is a documentary film released in October 2007 that follows college friends Ian Cheney and Curtis Ellis (directed by Aaron Woolf) as they move from Boston to Greene, Iowa to grow and farm an acre of corn. Coincidentally, the trip also takes them back to where both of their families have roots. In the process, Cheney and Ellis examine the role that the increasing production of corn has had for American society, spotlighting the role of government subsidies in encouraging the huge amount of corn grown. Furthermore, they trace the food economy back to the history of corn in America to identify the source of the foods."
- Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Corn_(film)
$2 donation to the Covenant House's "Sleep Out" per personto attend.
Come ready to eat and to relax with kava kava! Our cozy booths are perfect for a night-in from the cold weather to enjoy good company, nourishing offerings, and great entertainment.
Seating/ordering at 6:30; movie at 7:00! Reservations welcome. Call 604 801 6107.