Elise Pearlstein

Participant Media Senior Vice President, Documentary Film and Television

Participant Media Senior Vice President, Documentary Film and Television

Elise Pearlstein on KCRW

The 2008 documentary 'Food, Inc.' might have changed the way you eat, or at least changed the way you think about where meals come from.

As documentaries abound, Elise Pearlstein shares her view from the middle of it all

The 2008 documentary 'Food, Inc.' might have changed the way you eat, or at least changed the way you think about where meals come from.

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