NYC Food Film Festival
2013 Details

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2013 NYC Food Film Festival Tickets Now On Sale!

TASTE WHAT YOU SEE ON THE SCREEN!

Tickets are now on sale for the 7th Annual NYC Food Film Festival, benefitting The Food Bank For New York City. It’s the only Festival in the world where guests get to watch food films, then eat the food from the films.

We are happy to announce the full event line-up taking place from October 23rd-27th, 2013. As always, each event ticket is all-inclusive of all films, foods and beer, wine and cocktail selections. No, you do not need to also make a dinner reservation that night. You will go home full!

THE EVENTS

The Kings of BBQ
Wednesday Night, October 23, 2013 (Opening Night)
Featuring the New York City Premiere of The Kings of BBQ: Barbecue Kuwait, plus a bountiful BBQ brisket feast from Champion Pit Masters Nicole Davenport, Johnny Trigg, Tuffy Stone, and John Markus. Plus down home sides from local NYC joints, a Southern Dessert Bar and more!
VIP Pre-Party featuring dishes from Brooklyn’s own Char No. 4.
The Films: The Kings of BBQ: Barbecue Kuwait, Mile High Pie, One Minute Meal: Blessed By Brisket
SOLD OUT

Edible Adventure #008: The Surprise Inside
Thursday Night, October 24th
The return of the meal in your movie seat, with shorts featuring an array of handheld ‘pocket’ foods like fish tacos, perogies, dumplings, and boozy cupcakes.
The Films:  Best Fish Tacos in Ensenada, Dumpling Tales, JoJo’s Sriracha, One Macaron At A Time, Perogy!, Prohibition Bakery, Sweet Legacy
SOLD OUT

Untitled I
Friday Night, October 25th
Featuring the art, craft and inspiration behind the world’s greatest food. and the wine of Michel Chapoutier. VIP Pre-Party includes a special Meet & Greet, Taste & Eat With Michel Chapoutier – legendary winemaker of the Rhone Valley. Plus Select Chapoutier wines paired with tastes form Chef Lucas Billheimer of The Writing Room.
The Films: Eat | Love, Edward Wohl: At Home in the Shop, Fac et Spera (Hope and Do), The Fermentation of Respect, Flatten, I Am What I Eat, Ole-Martin Hansen – The Salmon Smoker, Oh My Rødgrød!
SOLD OUT

Cook, Pray, Eat: Feeding 50,000 at the
Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar

Saturday Afternoon, October 26th
Featuring a screening of Himself He Cooks – a stunning portrait of the dedicated volunteers who feed nearly 50,000 people at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India. Plus a special Indian Food Feast featuring the cuisine of the Punjabi region plus Lassi treats from Monsieur Singh Lassi.
The Film: Himself He Cooks
SOLD OUT

The Food Porn Party
Presented by In The Raw

Saturday Night, October 26th
Featuring Extreme Eats, Close-Ups, Food Burlesque and more! Enjoy Food Porn star Larry Cauldwell’s Fondue Lounge plus tantalizing dishes from around the globe.
VIP Pre-Party featuring tasty bites from David Burke Kitchen
The Films: Beer Braised Ox Cheek, Confessions of a Culinista, Fondue, How To Make Burmese Faluda, Lets Get Silly, Libby’s Old-Fashioned Salted Caramels, Machines II, Mixed Berries, Three Ways, Paloma, Shakycow Orange Juice, That’s Mandorlato!, Where does a Compost Cookie come from?
SOLD OUT

Farm to Film to Table + Matt Timms’ Green Chile Takedown
Plus the 2013 NYC Food Film Festival Awards Ceremony (Closing Night Event)
Sunday Evening, October 27th
An evening of sustainable food and films including a VIP Pre-Party by Get Real Presents with dishes from Alewife, The Jeffrey, and Fools Gold. Followed by Matt Timms’ Green Chile Takedown with 15 cooks competing for your love and tons of prizes, and the 2013 NYC Food Film Festival Awards Ceremony.
The Films: The Chile Film (La Sangre Rojo y Verde de Nuevo Mexico), FarmTina, Growing Farmers, Letting Salt Just Be Salt: Amagansett Sea Salt Co., Smoochie Sauce, The Northeast Kingdom
SOLD OUT

Festival tickets are all-inclusive of food, beverages, gift bag, and entry to film screenings.  VIP Tickets and Festival-wide VIP Passes are also available, which include entry to a series of Pre-Parties and VIP Seating. The menus at each event include food celebrated in the films along with beer, wine and select cocktail pairings by Festival Beverage Director Allen Katz, of the New York Distilling Company and The Shanty and Festival Beer Sommelier David ‘Rev’ Ciancio of Idle Hands Bar.