Buy a DVD of the film
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.
US & International:
"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