Flatirons Food Film Festival Events:
Friday, October 17:
Roundhouse Artisan Spirits Tasting and Tour, Friday, Oct. 17, 5pm :: Price: $15
Roundhouse Spirits, 5311 Western Ave. No. 180, Boulder
Roundhouse Spirits hosts a guided tour and tasting of artisan spirits, two complimentary signature festival cocktails, and cocktail nibbles from Peggy Markel's Culinary Adventures.
Start the opening night of the festival movies right and come join us. Secure your spot by making your online reservation
. Please do not call Roundhouse Spirits to make a reservation.
Oskar Blues Cooking with Beer Demo, Friday, Oct. 17, prior to the screening of Craft :: Price: No charge
Lobby, Muenzinger Auditorium, CU-Boulder campus
Chef Jason Rogers of Oskar Blues offers a demonstration in cooking using beer.
Craft After Party
, Friday, Oct. 17, after the Craft panel discussion :: Price: No charge
West Flanders Brewing Company, 1125 Pearl Street, Boulder
On the festival's opening night, following the Craft panel discussion, join us at West Flanders Brewing Company to continue talking about craft beer and raise a pint.
Sunday, October 19:
Sustainable Agriculture, Aquaponics Tour, Sunday, Oct. 19, 10:30am :: Price: No charge
63rd Street Farm, 3796 63rd St., Boulder
In conjunction with the showing of “Growing Cities,“ an urban farm documentary, the 63rd Street Farm hosts a tour of its sustainable farm supporting their CSA. The farm includes integrated aquaponics and a mushroom laboratory and cultivation space.
Join us by making your online reservation
. Please do not call the 63rd Street Farm.
Sunday, October 19:
Farm-to-Table Feast, Talk and Cookbook Signing, Sunday, Oct. 19, 11:45am :: Price: $29
Bramble and Hare Restaurant, 1970 13th St., Boulder
Chef Eric Skokan will serve a family-style feast featuring dishes from his soon-to-be published cookbook, using ingredients grown at his Black Cat Farm. He will talk about using local seasonal ingredients and sign copies of Farm, Fork, Food: A Year of Spectacular Recipes Inspired by Black Cat Farm
To sample dishes from Chef Skokan's new cookbook and purchase a signed copy before publication, make your online reservation
and reserve your spot. You can also call the Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro phone number at (303) 444-5500.
Sunday, October 19:
Molecular Gastronomy Demonstration, Talk, and Tasting, Sunday, Oct. 19, 6:30pm, :: Price: Must purchase ticket to El Somni for entrance.
Muenzinger Auditorium, CU-Boulder campus
Colorado-raised chef Ian Kleinman of The Inventing Room in Denver talks about his experiments in molecular gastronomy and how he got started in the field. He will offer a demonstration and tasting of his Mojito Space Foam and BLT Bruschetta with Aioli Caviar.
EVENT & MOVIE SCHEDULE
Thursday October 16
7:00pm Festival craft beer celebration
Friday October 17
5:00pm Roundhouse Artisan Spirits Tasting & Tour
6:30pm Oskar Blues Cooking with Beer Demo
7:30pm MOVIE: Craft
9:30pm Craft After Party at West Flanders Brewing
Saturday October 18
11:00am Balancing Work & Life Panel Discussion and Lunch, Jax Fish House – CANCELLED
7:00pm MOVIE: Trattoria
9:15pm MOVIE: Seeds of Time
Sunday October 19
10:30am Sustainable Agriculture, Aquaponics Tour, 63rd Street Farm
11:45am Farm-to-Table Feast, Talk, and Cookbook Signing, Bramble and Hare
3:00pm MOVIE: Growing Cities
6:30pm Molecular Gastronomy Demo, Talk and Tasting
7:30pm MOVIE: El Somni
Tickets to individual films are $8 for general admission, and $7 for CU-Boulder students and seniors. View Detailed Schedule for venues and more film and event information. View Tickets for film and event ticketing information.
Flatirons Food Film Festival 2014 whets our appetites for all things food- and drink-related with a menu of five films about food: a heady documentary on the craft beer movement (featuring two local breweries), a dramedy about work-life balance in the restaurant industry that integrates interviews with real-life San Francisco Bay Area chefs, a documentary on how urban farming is changing the locavore movement, a visual and sensory tour-de-force described as “an opera in a dozen courses and a banquet in a dozen acts” that involves a Michelin-starred restaurant and artists in various media from around the world, and a documentary about seed banks and the importance of preserving crop diversity in the face of climate change.
Paired with each of these films are events that include a craft beer celebration featuring a craft beer/aria pairing performance by Opera on Tap Colorado; a chef-hosted feast; a molecular gastronomy demonstration; tours of an artisan brewery; a craft distillery; and a farm with a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program; various panel discussions; and a cookbook signing.
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