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Dive! (2010)

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The multi award-winning documentary Dive! follows filmmaker Jeremy Seifert and friends as they dumpster dive in the back alleys and gated garbage receptacles of Los Angeles’ supermarkets.

In the process, they salvage thousands of dollars of good, edible food – resulting in an eye-opening documentary that is equal parts entertainment, guerrilla journalism and call to action.

Would you eat trash? Read more on the blog.

Jeremy Seifert

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MarshaSolsticeA, posted on December 9, 2014

Very good reminder to US all that We have so much that could be shared with Our fellow Partners of the Planet.
In this Holiday Season I hope to contribute to" UseFullness" and give-up waste as a New Age Resolution!

Tommi, posted on December 9, 2014

Needs to be available for viewing in Canada. Please.

afrancis13, posted on February 9, 2014

this is a clear picture of a situation that CAN get much better - thanks for this terrific work you are doing!

Ann Francis

eds1452, posted on February 9, 2014

This documentary needs to been shown in all the schools in America I know it won't but it needs to be done. This country has so much that many people take the abundance for granted but NOTHING last for ever. It is mind boggling the amount of food that is wasted. I hope this documentary will help bring about a change in attitude about the large amount of waste that could be used to help others.

ezfor1, posted on February 8, 2014

I worked as a security guard at wallmart I could not belive the good food they threw away everday? their dumpster are padlocked. they have a dumpster for the veggies padlocked. a big vacuum truck comes once a week to suck it all up wher does it go? I'am a disable vet. let's all do something to change this.

JN SMITH (MGSD/RETIRED) ezfo1@netscspe.com

T Rose, posted on February 8, 2014

Yeah this is a great documentary. I want everyone to see it! The statistics were so hard to grasp, so much waste...... I will go to our TJ's and other grocery stores and ask them if they donate to the local charities. I watched this with my young son. He wants to go dumpster diving for food!

patricehocking, posted on February 7, 2014

You did a great job with this film. There are really so many tentacles on this ugly beast - from the waste of food, to the needless slaughter and inhumane treatment of so many animals, and people who are needlessly starving all over the world.

Patricia M, posted on February 7, 2014

Dive certainly gave me food for the thought - thank you to the developer of this film - I am ashamed at the amount of food I've wasted - that will stop now.

khillcorp, posted on February 7, 2014

Kudos and thank you

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