Food is ubiquitous—we eat it three times a day, after all—but this most basic of needs has somehow become a tricky subject. With controversy over GMOs, the viability of eating organic and the way climate change has altered our agricultural landscape all airing in the news, the dinner table can sometimes feel like a minefield. That's where Food Evolution: A Documentary comes in. Clocking in at 92 minutes, Food Evolution takes a deep dive into "the emotions and the evidence" behind today's food arguments, aiming to put science in the spotlight. Even better, when it screens at the Egyptian Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 7, it will be followed by a Q&A with one of its star scientists.