New York City 2015


  • AMC Empire 25 234 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036 United States

Pushing the limits

This year, we outdid ourselves. We brought the rich, smoky flavors of Central Texas Barbecue to the heart of the big apple; created a one-of-a-kind family event complete with puppets, singing, make-your-own Milano people, and cotton candy; tasted unique and unforgettable dishes from over 50 different chefs and purveyors; re-created a beloved California diner, and so much more – all while reveling in the lights of Times Square! 

No. 9 was a milestone in terms of pushing The Food Film Fest envelope, and you, NYC foodies and filmies, embraced every minute of it. Thank you for coming out and making it all count!

The Award Winners

Best Feature Film Award
Nothing with Something: Death of a Diner, Dir. James Boo

Best Short Film Award
Central Texas Barbecue, Dir. Matthew Salleh

Schweid & Sons Best Super-Short Film Award
Ravioli Perfection, Dir. Ben Effinger

In the Raw Best Food Porn Award
Pasta with Ratatouille, Dir. Massimo Zambiasi

NY Distilling Co. Audience Choice Award
Matcha: an Ippodo story, Dir. Michael McAteer with Kristoffer Brearton

Food Filmmaker of the Year Award
Michael McAteer and Kristoffer Brearton, Matcha: an Ippodo story

Bloomberg Made in NYC Award
Food Warriors: 125th St., Dir. Casimir Nozkowski

Events & Photos

  • TENDER: Stories of Love and Meat  |  Photos
  • The Food Porn Party  |  Photos
  • Eat Your Movies! A Family Event  |  Photos
  • Edible Adventure #013: Hungry for Love  |  Photos
  • Restaurant Revival: Jodie’s Diner (1989 - 2014)  |  Photos

Press from the Festival

Presenting Sponsor

Sponsors

Charity Partner

Partners

Broadway World
Profile, 9/18

Eat Globe
Preview, 10/20

Fine Dining Lovers
Profile, 9/22

Good Day NY
Feature to preview, 10/19

Spoiled NYC
Preview, 10/23

The Culture Files
Preview, 10/23

The Epoch Times
Preview, 10/18

This Week in New York
Preview, 10/18

Time Out NY
Preview, 9/8

Time Out NY
Preview, 9/30

Tribeca Film Festival
Preview, 10/20

Village Voice
Preview, 10/21