As part of their national tour, North Carolina-based indie pop band Beloved Binge is making a stop in Charleston on Feb. 3. They’ll perform at a free screening of a food-focused documentary, Seeing through the Fence, directed by the group’s drummer, Eleni Vlachos, a.k.a. Eleni Binge.

Vlachos shot the film, an exploration of the role that food plays in modern society and our disconnection from the food production process, on a hand-held video camera armed only with a series of questions. Her interview subjects ranged from family members, fellow activists, and otherwise random people across the U.S. and Greece.

Seeing through the Fence will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Wachovia Auditorium of the Beatty Center (5 Liberty St.). For more information porchlifeproductions.com.


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