Over 2 billion people eat insects for protein. The Gateway Bug explores how changing our agricultural system can feed humanity in an uncertain age.
Following the rise and dramatic fall of edible insect start-ups in the United States, this film exposes America’s disconnect with food as a climate catastrophe, uncovering daily habits individuals can shift to fix the broken food system, one meal at a time.
Winner The Green Spark Award, American Conservation Film Festival
Winner Award of Excellence, Best Documentary Feature, Impact Docs Awards
Winner Jury Award, Best Environmental Documentary, Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
Winner Best Documentary, Milano International Film Festival Awards (MIFF Awards)
Nominated, Audience Award and Best Documentary, Nashville Film Festival
Nominated at Oscar qualifying, Nashville Film Festival
Director: Johanna B. Kelly
Producers: Johanna B. Kelly, Cameron Marshad
Countries: United States
Duration: 66′ & 82′
Year of Production: 2017
Official Website: https://thegatewaybug.com
Twitter: Twitter: http://twitter.com/thegatewaybug
Available Territories: Worldwide excluding North America (Gravitas) and Asia (National Geographic)