Food & Farm Film Fest: Shorts Program & Celebration

When: 
Thursday, October 25, 2018 7:00pm to 11:00pm
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Where: 
The Roxie Theater
3117 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States
Price: 
$30.00
Member Price: 
$30.00
100 slots available

Our six annual Food & Farm Film Fest opens with an incredible program of short films, followed by a celebration at Four Barrel Coffee. Your ticket includes admission to the films and after-party. 

From the art of handmade candy to the traditions of Alaskan fishermen, our night shorts program is a view into the imagination of food makers, growers, and lovers. These short films take us on a journey from where our food comes from to where it ends up. Along the way, we meet farmers, fisherman, chefs, and talking sushi, while answering important questions like "What if Wes Anderson made s'mores?"

We will be serving small thematic bites during the screening. Our after party includes beer, wine, and appetizers from Bi-Rite Catering.

Join us for one night only to see 14 short films you won't see anywhere else. We guarantee you will laugh, cry, and want to head for the kitchen. After the films, walk with us to Four Barrel Coffee at 375 Valencia Street to continue the conversation. 

PROGRAM

What if Quentin Tarantino made spaghetti and meatballs? (David Ma, 2017)
Tasting Wild Alaska (Liz McKenzie, 2018)
Bloodline (James Q Chan, 2018)
Gif Me That Food (Emi Tse, 2017)
Portrait of a Chef as a Young Woman (Perennial Plate/Daniel Klein, Mirra Fine, 2017)
The Empty Plate (The Bigger Picture Project/Jamie DeWolf & Anthony Orosco, 2017)
D’Abruzzo: The Meat, Fat, Meat, Fat, Meat, Fat Lamb Skewers of Abruzzo (Liza Mosquito deGuia, 2018)
Rest of Your Life (Rodolfo May, 2018)

A Farmer Discovers Her Roots, One Veggie at a Time (David Yim, 2018)
Great! Lakes (Tess Wagman, 2018)
What if Wes Anderson made S'mores? (David Ma, 2017)
The Story of Poo
 (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and The California Academy of Science, 2018)

 

Paired with: Food pairings coming soon!

 

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