2017 Festival Film Pass


Join us for the 2017 Flatirons Food Film Festival. We are celebrating our 5th anniversary with 8 feature-length and 1 film series in 5 days.

The film pass entitles you to entrance to the following eight paid film programs and one free film program.

Wednesday, Sept. 27, Rayback Collective, 6:30pm

6:30pm, Socializing
7:30pm: James Beard: America's First Foodie, a documentary about James Beard, the iconic cookbook author, journalist, television celebrity and teacher.

Thursday, Sept. 28, Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library, 7:30pm

Look and See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry, a cinematic portrait of the changing landscapes and shifting values of rural America in the era of industrial agriculture, as seen through the mind’s eye of renowned writer, farmer, and activist, Wendell Berry.

Friday, Sept. 29, Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library, 7:30pm

A Journey Through the People's Republic of Fermentation, a series of short films that follow renowned fermented food author Sandor Katz and Mara King, co-founder of Ozuke, as they learn about fermented food traditions in Southwestern China.

Saturday, Sept. 30, Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

10:30am, Ratatouille (free, no need for a reservation via EventBrite unlike for non-pass holders), a Pixar animated classic about a Parisian rat who wants to become a chef. Part of our 5th anniversary classic food film series.

1pm, What's for Dinner, Mom?, a Japanese drama that bursts with passion about cooking and food about a mother who expresses her love for her daughters and friends by making Taiwanese food for them.

4pm, Sour Grapes, a documentary about an epic wine hoax where a young man swindled wealthy collectors out of millions of dollars at wine auctions.

7:15pm, Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent, a documentary about Jeremiah Tower, the chef who put Chez Panisse on the map and was an American cuisine pioneer before mysteriously walking into obscurity only to recently emerge into the public eye.

Sunday, Oct. 1, Muenzinger Auditorium with the International Film Series on the CU-Boulder campus

1:30pm, Big Night, a drama about two Italian brothers who run a failing authentic Italian restaurant in 1950's New Jersey and bank on saving the restaurant during one big night. Part of our 5th anniversary classic food film series.

4pm, Eat Drink Man Woman, director Ang Lee's breakout generational comedy about a widowed Taiwanese master chef and his relationships with his three grown daughters. Part of our 5th anniversary classic food film series.

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