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DVD sale for Modified's
5 year anniversary!
Our DVD is packaged in a beautiful plastic-free paperboard sleeve. In addition to the 87-minute film, you'll get 6 bonus recipe videos from the filmmaker's award-winning cooking show.
Plays in all regions and comes with optional closed captioning.
*Please note this DVD is for home use only. For public screenings, please fill-out our screening request form to obtain a license.
Schools and universities: Place your DVD order with our educational distributors: Collective Eye Films (United States) or Cinema Politica (Canada). For schools, the film is available in both feature and one-hour lengths and in both French and English versions.
At the moment we can only ship within the United States, apologies for the inconvenience! Canadian and international orders will resume later in 2023.
"Modified is a love story, exploring the loving bond between a daughter and her mother; between a woman and her garden; a filmmaker and the food she cooks and the small, sustainable farms that produce it. It’s also about the regrettable loss of biodiversity, communities, small farms, and even small towns." - Signe Langford, Harrowsmith Magazine
"A very personal, tender, touching tribute to a great mom, and a well-researched, well-written, enlightening and powerful documentary!" - Chef Jacques Pépin
"A paean to food—from seed to plant to crop, to transforming the harvest into culinary delights, to savoring the delectable creation. It’s mouth-watering, and rekindles appreciation of what nourishes our experience as living beings on a living earth."
"Exposes the agribusiness industry's control over our democratic institutions." - Journal Metro
"Playfully and personally encourages audiences to understand the food they eat " - POV Magazine
"For anyone who cares about what they put in their mouth, where it comes from and how it is produced , this film is a must-see. It is also beautiful beyond words."
"Aube Giroux strikes a beautiful balance between the personal and political with her debut feature film." - The Coast Magazine
"A love story about cooking and gardening - and the importance of regaining control over where our food comes from." - Treehugger
"Aube Giroux wanted to make a film about food but instead found herself making a film about democracy." - Le Devoir
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