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Sacramento Food Film Festival 2019

2019 Sacramento Food Film Festival

We’re excited to announce the 2019 Sacramento Food Film Festival line-up. Tickets now on sale.

Sacramento Food Film Festival Schedule

Edible Paradise graphic Opening Night – Dinner & a Movie

Wednesday, April 10, 2019: 6 to 9 pm

Location: Lucca Restaurant & Bar, 1615 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

Film: Edible Paradise

The Sacramento Food Film Festival celebrates food and drink paired with films about our food system. Opening night includes a thoughtfully crafted multi-course meal prepared by Chef Ian MacBride and an intimate private dining experience while you watch the film, Edible Paradise.

Edible Paradise tells the inspirational story of communities in action planting fruit and nut trees in a wide variety of public spaces and degraded landscapes in New Zealand. Learn how this movement is seeding multi-generational solutions for our food and preserving fruit varieties that connect our past with future generations. Watch the trailer.

Additional wine pairing available for purchase. 

Buy Tickets: $75

All proceeds benefit Food Literacy Center.
Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

 

A Fine Line Women in the Industry – A Fine Line

Sunday, April 14, 2019: 3 to 6 pm

Location: 24th Street Theatre at Sierra 2 Center, 2791 24th St, Sacramento, CA 95818

Film: A Fine Line

The Sacramento Food Film Festival celebrates food and drink paired with films about our food system. This year’s premier event focuses on women in the industry featuring the film A Fine Line by Joanna James. A Fine Line explores why only 6% of head chefs and restaurant owners are women, when traditionally women have always held the central role in the kitchen. Watch the trailer.

We’ll hear perspectives and experiences from world-renowned chefs in the film, feature all women chefs preparing bites for the guest, and focus on women run/led/owned wineries, breweries, producers and businesses throughout the event.

Buy Tickets:

  • VIPea $75: Includes a private garden reception, swag bag, hosted bar and chef prepared bites
  • General Admission $50 (at the door $60): Includes a champagne welcome, chef prepared bites and no-host bar (beer and wine available for purchase)

Chefs & Restaurants

Chef Casey Shideler, Taylor’s Kitchen
Chef/owner Amy Breedlove, Culinerdy Cruzer
Chef/owner Minnie Nguyen, Station 16
Chef Brenda Ruiz, GEO Academy/Slow Food Sacramento Chef’s Alliance
Chef/owner Kim Scott, Mama Kim Cooks
Chef/owner Karen Holmes & FOH Sueb Gaudio, Karen’s Bakery & Cafe

Chefs & Restaurants for VIPea Tickets

Chef Casey Shideler, Taylor’s Kitchen
Chef/owner Minnie Nguyen, Station 16
Chef/owner Molly Hawks, Hawks Public House
Chef/owner Suleka Sun-Lindley, Thai Basil/VEG Restaurant
Owner Toki Sawada, Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining

Wineries & Breweries

BarmHaus Brewing Co., owner Patricia Low
Bella Grace Vineyards, owner Michael Havill
Bogle Vineyards, PR Director Jody Bogle
Cambria Estate Winery, Jackson Family Wines, owner Barbara Banke
Karmere Vineyards & Winery, owner Marilyn K. Hoopes, winemaker Dawn Martella
Mraz Brewing Company, brewer, Lauren Price
Prospect Cellars, owner Jamie Lubenko
SacYard Community Tap House, owner Melody Thebeau
…more to come!

VIPea Swag Bag Donors

Uptown StudiosWomenUp NetworkSun & Soil Juice Co.Serenity Spa, Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, AllspiceryPure HoneySacramento Kings FoundationFarm Fresh to You, Beth Sogaard Catering
…more to come!

All proceeds benefit Food Literacy Center.
Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
We are unable to accommodate special diets. 

 

The Kids Menu Community Event – The Kids Menu

April 16, 2019: 6 to 9 pm

Location: Uptown Studios, 2415 23rd St, Sacramento, CA 95818

Film: The Kids Menu

The Sacramento Food Film Festival celebrates food and drink paired with films about our food system. At the final film of 2019, we feature a documentary about the growing problem of childhood obesity – The Kids Menu. Filmmaker Joe Cross meets with experts, parents, teachers and kids, coming to the realization that childhood obesity isn’t the real issue, but rather a symptom of a bigger problem. 

In this inspiring and hopeful documentary, we see amazing programs in action, inspiring individuals paving the way for change. Watch the trailer.

Tickets: Free with RSVP, reservations open March 29 at 8 am

All proceeds benefit Food Literacy Center.
Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
We are unable to accommodate special diets. 

 

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