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We are pleased to co-present a special screening of the Flatirons Food Film Festival hit film, Tampopo, with the Alamo Drafthouse Westminster. Get ready for the 2019 Festival by whetting your appetite with one of the best food films of all time. The tale of an enigmatic band of ramen ronin who guide the widow of a noodle shop owner on her quest for the perfect recipe, Tampopo serves up a savory broth of culinary adventure seasoned with off-beat comedy…Find out more »
Tempt your taste buds for the 2019 Flatirons Food Film Festival with a pre-festival tacos and tequila tasting tour in Downtown Boulder led by Megan Bucholz of Local Table Tours.Find out more »
When we asked Rob Lantz, R Gallery owner, to curate an exhibition of visual art inspired by Festival films, he invited eight local artists to participate, assigning four artists to our two opening night The Migrant Kitchen films, Omotenashi and The Jewish Deli, and the other four artists to Tazzeka. At the Festival, we will display the cinematic art that they have created in temporary exhibits before the films that inspired them. R Gallery will stage a complete exhibition of…Find out more »
Four local visual artists agreed to create art inspired by Omotenashi and The Jewish Deli, two episodes of the Emmy Award-winning The Migrant Kitchen series that will screen on our opening night. We will exhibit their work before Opening Night: The Migrant Kitchen.Find out more »
he Emmy Award-winning series The Migrant Kitchen from KCET delves into the culinary contributions of immigrants and this cross-cultural pollination. During this program, we will screen the Omotenashi and The Jewish Deli episodes of the series. In between the films, there will be an intermission with tastes of Japanese and Jewish deli food. A discussion will follow the films.Find out more »
Join us to enjoy wine and discuss SOMM 3 and blind tasting after the film at the Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar afterparty. Bring any leftover questions and observations to the discussion. Attendees are responsible for their own food and beverages. While this is a free event, registration is required.Find out more »
This year's family program will demonstrate that creating films about food isn't only for adults. Reel Kids, which provides workshops and camps for creative exploration by kids in acting and film-making, will provide short food films created by their students. After watching films that kids like them have made, audience members will have the opportunity to participate in a film-making workshop with Reel Kids faculty and teen leaders.
The workshop will include a friendly film exercise and food that they can use as subjects and bring home. Participants should bring a cell phone.
This program is open to kids of all ages. No charge but registration is required.Find out more »
Join us for the first lecture of our new lecture series, which addresses the #MeToo movement in the restaurant industry. Sexism, inequality in management and leadership, and sexual assault and harassment frequently occur in the male-dominated restaurant industry. The #MeToo movement has been an opportunity to address this situation. Restaurant industry insiders Beth Gruitch, a partner in the Crafted Concepts restaurant group, and Sara Brito, Co-Founder of the Good Food Media Network and publisher of the Good Food 100 Restaurants™, will share their insights on this topic.Find out more »
Four local visual artists agreed to create art inspired by Tazzeka. We will exhibit their work before the Tazzeka screening.Find out more »
Small Bites: Short Films for Food People is a program of short films that will include our Colorado Student Film Contest winning films, several other captivating short films, and El Jardin, an episode in the Emmy Award-winning The Migrant Kitchen series from KCET that profiles visiting speaker Chef Claudette Zepeda.Find out more »