The 2018 Flatirons Food Film Festival hosted a series of events, tours, tastings, and dinners designed to complement this year’s film selections.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Beer Tasting Dinner with Ray Daniels 5:00 pm

Squared Pizza + Beer, 1123 Walnut St., Boulder

Ray DanielsEnjoy an intimate beer tasting dinner with the expert who founded the Cicerone® Certification Certification Program, Ray Daniels. Ray is also an author with 30 years of beer and brewing credits, including the industry standard, Designing Great Beers.

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Downtown Boulder Bites and Brews Tour 5:30 pm

Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, Boulder Public Library

Beer TourJoin Local Table Tours founder Megan Bucholz on a beer tasting tour in Downtown Boulder. Brewer’s choice beer tasters will be paired with chef’s choice bites on our 90-minute walking tasting tour visiting The Post, West Flanders, and Squared Pizza + Beer; Boulder Beer’s Detroit pizza restaurant and experimental and development brewery.

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Suds: Brewmaster After Party 10:00 pm

The Kitchen Upstairs, 1039 Pearl St., Boulder

Suds AfterpartyAfter the panel discussion for Brewmaster, catch a beer with us and continue the craft brew conversation. There is nothing that builds up a thirst better than hearing other people talk about beer, both on and off-camera. Come out and celebrate the festival’s opening night with a pint!

Friday, October 12, 2018

Cuban Food Reception 6:00 pm

Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, Boulder Public Library, prior to the 7:00 pm screening of Cuban Food Stories

Enjoy Cuban music, libations, and a small Cuban food tasting before “Cuban Food Stories.”

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Children and Family Food Traditions 10:30 am

Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, Boulder Public Library, free (registration required)

Children and Family Food TraditionsShorts: I Tell My Children, Roses Sing on New Snow, Soup of the Day
Food traditions bring family members together to appreciate each other while making and eating food. Join us for three short films about food followed by the hands-on learning of three cultural dishes (crostini, rice balls, tortillas) presented by local Boulder families. Eat what you make and take home recipes. Also, Natural Grocers will offer a dish that has to do with establishing new family traditions of healthy eating.

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Engage: Conversations with Food Nonprofits 2:30 pm

Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, Boulder Public Library, $5

Engage: Conversations with NonprofitsIn this new program, representatives from the nonprofit organizations Conscious Alliance, Cooking Matters, Metro Caring, Noble Grain Alliance, and Sister Carmen Community Center will serve food representative of their organizations and speak with audience members before the program. The Festival will screen short food films that the nonprofits have selected to represent their organizations. Nonprofit speakers will address the audience and participate in a panel discussion.

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Homage to Anthony Bourdain 6:00 pm

Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, Boulder Public Library, $20

Anthony BourdainStarting with a street food reception, the Homage to Anthony Bourdain will remember his legacy with a screening of Babette’s Feast (one of Bourdain’s favorite food films) at 7:30 pm and will continue with interviews with Laurie Woolever and Todd Liebler by Sara Brito.

SOLD OUT

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Homage to Anthony Bourdain After Party 10:00 pm

Bramble and Hare 1970 13th St., Boulder, free
Homage to Anthony Bourdain after-party. Celebrate Anthony Bourdain’s life and the joy that he gave us after the program with food and drink, which he relished, and our favorite Anthony Bourdain stories. Free to attend, but registration required. Attendees are responsible for their own food and beverages.
 

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Eating Animals Brunch 11:00 am

River and Woods, 2328 Pearl Street, Boulder, $30

Mulefoot PigJoin the panelists for the Eating Animals screening at River and Woods for brunch and informally discuss issues related to the film like humanely raising animals, the benefits of combining organic farming with raising animals, and factory farming. Later that day, watch the movie and panel discussion at 3:30pm. (Tickets for the brunch and film are sold separately.)

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Closing Night Celebration And Cake Tasting 6:30pm

Nomad Co-Housing Community Room, 1460 Quince Ave., Boulder, $15

CakeJoin us to celebrate another successful festival with a cake tasting and reception before the final screening of The Cakemaker at 7:30 pm next door at The Nomad Playhouse.