2019 Flatirons Food Film Festival
Thank you all for another amazing year of food, film, and fun. We hope you had a chance to join us on our four days of food culture nirvana. If not, next year! The Flatirons Food Film Festival rides again for its 7th year, and we keep growing to offer more experiences and ways to learn about food. This year, we added a free lecture series and unique exhibitions of local art inspired by our films.
Check out contemporary Harare in Zimbabwe while watching our African romantic comedy, Cook Off. Visit our Pollinators Fair. Attend a lecture about the #MeToo movement in the restaurant industry. Celebrate the end of the Festival at our The Biggest Little Farm dinner at Bramble and Hare with Eric and Jill Skokan. Come early to our Opening Night: The Migrant Kitchen showing or Tazzeka and view art inspired by the films.
Read what the media has to say about the 2019 Flatirons Food Film Festival
5280 Magazine by Katie Ketchum, October 7, 2019
Daily Camera by Clay Fong, October 4, 2019
303 Magazine by Evans Ousley, September 27, 2019
Westword by Amy Antonation, October 4, 2019
Westword by Staff, October 3, 2019
Modern Farmer by Brian Barth, September 14, 2019
Chef or Death podcast interview with Executive Director Julia Joun, September 27, 2019
Support the Festival
“Whether we’re talking about unpasteurized Stilton, raw oysters or working for organized crime ‘associates,’ food, for me, has always been an adventure.” – Anthony Bourdain
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