Film, Chefs, Glorious Song: The Flatirons Food Film Festival Benefit
Buy your tickets now to “Film, Chefs, Glorious Song: The Flatirons Food Film Festival Benefit”!
Our benefit last year was a sold-out delight. Celebrate delicious food, film, and music with us again this year in the beautiful newly renovated MacMillan lobby of the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.
Dine on chef-tastic small plates from prominent local chefs Daniel Asher of River and Woods, Dave Query of the Big Red F Group, Kelly Whitaker of Basta, and Nate Singer of Blackbelly Butcher Shop paired with a short food film. Then, take part in the action by choosing which opera arias best complement the food and film.
Bid on culinary experiences that are just too good to pass up at our live auction.
Ticket price includes food, drinks, and entertainment.
Proceeds to benefit Flatirons Food Film Festival 2016 (Oct. 20-23).
When: Wednesday, August 3rd, 6:30 to 10pm
Where: Dairy Arts Center, MacMillan Family Lobby (2590 Walnut St, Boulder)
Tickets: Buy now or call (303) 444-7328
Many thanks to æ (pronounced ash), Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro, Boulder County Farmers Markets (benefit food sponsor), Bramble and Hare, Indian Food Rocks, and Opera on Tap Colorado for their support. With additional help from 34 Degrees, Boulder Brands, Colorado Restaurant Association, Cured, Fortuna Chocolate, Heifer and the Hen, Highland Honeybees, Il Porcellino Salumi, JJ Sweets, Local Table Tours, Lucky’s Bakehouse and Creamery, Lyons Farmette, Modern Market, Roost Books, Shambhala Publications, The Inventing Room, The Tea Spot, and Wonder Press.
Thoughts on the 2015 Festival
No film festival succeeds without its audience members, volunteers, sponsors, and friends. Thank you so much to everyone who attended and supported the 2015 Flatirons Food Film Festival.
Every year, we try out new practices to improve the festival. The 2015 festival included the following innovations:
- Bringing in internationally renowned chef Andy Ricker and other guest speakers!
- Implementing online ticket sales
The 2015 festival was also our longest festival to date. We screened 21 full-length and short films–our biggest festival yet!.