Each episode of this retro-futuristic series begins with the hypothetical disappearance of something essential to agriculture, giving viewers an opportunity to explore the possibilities offered by food, farming techniques and the science of the future. English subtitles.

Subtitles: en
Episode 6 Mar, 09 2021 05:58 pm
Feeding ourselves without taboo If we overcome our disgust and prejudices, brain, kidneys and veal penis can be enjoyed without taboo at the Lili.Co restaurant! In Ontario, Jakub Dzamba offers the chance to eat insects and even breed them at home. Human urine-based fertiliser offers an ecological way to recycle waste. Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)
Episode 7 Mar, 15 2021 12:30 pm
Feeding ourselves without animals Are there alternative sources of protein? At the University of Maastricht, they've designed the first lab-produced steak derived from stem cells. Products can also be produced from vegetable proteins which are almost identical to chicken and beef. And what about Indonesian tempeh? Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)
Mar, 16 2021 07:00 pm
Episode 8 Mar, 22 2021 12:30 pm
Feeding ourselves without bees The bees are vanishing... At Kopperts, in the Netherlands, they provide glasshouse farmers with access to bumblebees to pollinate their fruit and vegetables. Anatis Bioprotection and Canopée have developed drones which scatter beneficial insects to control nuisance insect varieties rather than using pesticides. Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)
Mar, 23 2021 07:00 pm