October 21-25, 2015
The Flatirons Food Film Festival is an annual multi-day feast celebrating exceptional culinary cinema from various nations. The events take place in Boulder, Colorado, a city known as the epicenter of the natural foods industry and focus of the American craft brewing renaissance. The festival (which includes film showings, discussions and food and beverage events) is part of the International Film Series at the University of Colorado at Boulder. All films screen on the CU-Boulder campus.
The third annual Flatirons Food Film Festival will take place Oct. 19-25. Eight film programs will cover many cuisines (sushi, Thai, Jewish deli, etc.), food-related topics (school food reform, soil health, permaculture), and speakers, including fermentation legend Sandor Katz, chef Andy Ricker of the Pok Pok restaurants, and school food reform advocate chef Ann Cooper. The festival will also include film-related events. For schedule information: www.flatironsfoodfilmfest.org. For tickets: http://tinyurl.com/FFFF15
The Flatirons Food Film Festival spotlight on permaculture (Sunday, Oct. 25) consists of 1:20 and 1:40 pm tours of a Boulder backyard landscaped according to permaculture principles by Marco Lam and, separately, a permaculture documentary, “Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective” with a panel discussion after the film. Panelists include Adam Brock, permaculture designer and co-founder of The GrowHaus; Amanda Scott, co-owner of 63rd St. Farm in Boulder; Jason Gerhardt, professional permaculture designer and educator and owner of a design company, Real Earth Design; and Patrick Padden, practicing permaculturalist, consultant, public speaker, and educator. Tour: $5, Film and panel discussion: $8. For tickets: http://tinyurl.com/FFFF15.
For more information: www.flatironsfoodfilmfest.org.