"Recommended . . . Should libraries purchase this film? Absolutely!"
- Educational Media Reviews Online
"Recommended . . . this thought provoking fable should provide solid grist for the discussion mill."
- Video Librarian
- Nominated for The Golden Starfish Award for Best Short, The Hamptons International Film Festival, 2001
- Winner of Highest Honorable Mention, Earthvision Environmental Film and Video Festival, 2001
- PBS Oregon
- Portland Cable Access
- Local PBS Chicago
- Ecofemme: Feminism & Environmental Film Festival
- Cornell University Environmental Film Festival
- Planet In Focus: Toronto International Environmental Film Festival
- Green Reel Film Festival
Terminator Tomatoes is a five minute animated film about the dangers of biologically altered seeds and produce. Shot on 35 mm color film, and using stop-motion animation puppets and miniature sets, the film tells the story of a small time farmer who gets too involved with a chemical corporation's idea of a tomato.
The purpose of the film is to raise the public's awareness of genetically modified foods and to speculate where this technology is headed.