Monday, October 19 6:30pm
An Evening with Sandor Katz (including Symphony of the Soil screening)
(6:30pm fermented food fair and Sandor Katz book signing, 7:30 screening)
This program will feature a book signing with Sandor Katz, a concurrent fermented-food fair, screenings of Symphony of the Soil (to be introduced by Katz), and a Q&A with Katz after the films. Symphony of the Soil is a documentary that explores the critical role that soil plays in supporting life and the environment.
Wednesday, October 21 4:00pm
Downtown Boulder Sushi Crawl
The Downtown Boulder Sushi Crawl is an exclusive tasting tour, guided by Local Table Tours, to sample the Flatirons Food Film Festival rolls created by Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar, Sushi Tora, Sushi Zanmai, and Japango.
Thursday, October 22 7:30pm
East Side Sushi screening
East Side Sushi is a dramedy about a single Latina mother who aspires to become a sushi chef despite gender and cultural discrimination.
Friday, October 23 7:30pm
An Evening with Andy Ricker (including Farang: The Story of Chef Andy Ricker screening),
(6:30pm tastings and Andy Ricker book signing, 7:30 screening)
This program will feature a book signing with James Beard Award-winning chef Andy Ricker of the Pok Pok restaurants, a demo and tasting of Southeast Asian-influenced cuisine by Chef Lon Symensma of ChoLon and Cho77, a sampling of Pok Pok-style chicken wings created by Chef Theo Adley, and a screening of Farang (to be introduced by Ricker), and a Q&A with Ricker after the films. Farang explores how celebrated chef Andy Ricker turned a long-term obsession with Northeastern Thai food into a multi-state restaurant empire.
Saturday, October 24 4:00pm
An Afternoon of Artisanal and Local Food Films screening,
Boulder Public Library Canyon Theater
This collection of short documentaries on artisan and local foods presents films on subjects ranging from urban foraging to the traditional cuisine of local Sicilian religious festivals.
Saturday, October 24 7:00pm
The Search for General Tso screening,
The Search for General Tso travels the globe in a light-hearted search for the origins of General Tso’s chicken, a staple of Chinese-American restaurants, and how it came to represent the cuisine of an entire nation.
Saturday, October 24 9:15pm
Deli Man screening,
Deli Man profiles famous delicatessens past and present, using the story of third-generation deli man Ziggy Gruber to pull together a history of Jewish culture, cuisine, and immigrant experiences.
Sunday, October 25, 1:20 and 1:40pm
Permaculture Backyard Tour,
Boulder residence of Marco Lam, permaculture designer and educator
This tour of permaculture expert Marco Lam’s backyard provides an example of how permaculture design principles can be applied to the landscaping of a local home.
Sunday, October 25 2:30pm
Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective screening, followed by panel discussion,
Inhabit delves into permaculture, a design process that aims to meet human needs while increasing the health and well-being of our planet. Permaculture principles are based on the replication of patterns found in nature.
Sunday, October 25, 7:00pm
Lunch Love Community event on school food reform,
Lunch Love Community is a community gathering about the Boulder Valley School District Food Project and Boulder-area school garden and nutrition efforts. It includes selections from the Lunch Love Community short documentaries series about the pioneering the Berkeley School Lunch Initiative. Short, informal conversations between Filmmaker Helen De Michiel and Chef Ann Cooper, Director of Food Services for Boulder Valley School District; Curry Rosato, BVSD School Food Project Coordinator; Eric Skokan of Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro; and Bryce Brown of the Growe Foundation will follow each film as a springboard for subsequent audience discussion.
See the Films page for detailed information about the FFFF 2015 films.
See the Events page for details about FFFF 2015 events.
See the Tickets page for page for film and event ticketing information.