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Closing out this week's NYC Food Film Festival, The Lowcountry Oyster Roast will be a all-you-can-eat party not to be missed.
We've all felt the panging feeling of jealousy and frustration when watching food network personalities and actors dig into delicious, mouth-watering dishes on the TV screen. Food porn, as seen on TV, Movies, and print, affects us all. The inability to eat exactly what's being waved in front of your eyes is agonizing. If you, like many, often find yourself suffering from food porn, we have the ultimate foodie experience for you: The Food Film Festival.
The annual festival is coming to NYC on October 17th for a five-day foodie-film extravaganza. At each of the six special events, guests will watch an array of excellent food-centric films as chefs prepare the same dishes being featured on the screen. This 4-D movie experience will leave you full and fully entertained. To wrap things up in NYC, the Food Film Fest will host an epic all-you-can-eat Lowcountry Oyster Roast. So if you can't make it to all the festivities, be sure to at least take advantage of a VIP oyster experience with unlimited oysters and drinks.
Wednesday, October 17th:
Single Malt Whiskey: The Islay
New York Distillery, Williamsburg
The films: Whiskey: The Islay Edition, The Benevolent Butcher: Bacon, Cook Book. Tasting of whiskey from eight distilleries from Scotland with a special tasting menu by Chris Rendell of Highlands Restaurant Group.This event is SOLD OUT. Only access available is with a VIP pass.
Thursday, October 18th:
Farm to Film to Table: Meat Your Butcher
7pm AMC Village 7, East Village
The films: Meat Hooked!, Farm to Table, Farmer Poet Sustainable meat butchering paired with fine wine from Frei Brothers Winery and food by selected NYC restaurants including Northern Spy Food Co. and vegetarian options by Dirt Candy.
Friday, October 19th:
I Heart Japan
7pm AMC Village 7, East Village
The films: New York Cooks for Tohoku, Ramen Dreams, Tako NY, Sushi: Handcrafted Happiness, Kasadela Izakaya: The House That Chicken Wings Built. Watch the world premier of New York Cooks for Tohoku featuring Chefs Boulud, Bouley, Telepan, and Paynard while the star of Ramen Dreams, Chef Keizo Shimamoto, prepares his world-famous ramen for the first time in the United States. This event is SOLD OUT. Only access available is with a VIP pass.
Saturday , October 20th:
Edible Adventure #5 Sweets, Meats, and Fun Buns
12:30pm AMC Village 7, East Village
The films: Brooklynography: Matt & Allison Robicelli, A Taste of Home, An L.A. Pastrami Story, Artisan Baker, Bark Butter: Why Every Hot Dog Needs a Little More Pork Fat, Hangover Buns, Mexican Cuisine, Pat and Stick’s Great Big Ice Cream Sandwich Adventure, Sidesaddle Kitchen: Vegan Bakery, Sugar Shack, Wooly’s Ice: Pimping Out Mad Flavas of Taiwanese-Style Shaved Ice in New York City.
The food: Bark Dogs, Hangover Buns, Dirt Candy, Robicelli’s Cupcakes, Wooly’s Ice, and more. This event is SOLD OUT. Only access available is with a VIP pass.
Saturday (evening), October 20th:
Food Porn Party and Awards
8pm AMC Village 7, East Village
The films: 10,000 Cases, Bon Appetit, By the Fireside with Larry: The Zimlet, Deep-Fried Tofurky: A Thanksgiving Miracle, Dog Eats Dream, Food Porn, How to Make Vietnamese Coffee, The Benevolent Baker: Doughnuts, The Benevolent Baker: Bacon. Food + burlesque?! Yes, please. Enjoy food by Seattle’s Hand-Foraged Top Pot Doughtnuts, Brooklyn Star Pig Tails, Dirt Candy, and more. In addition to an evening of food and film, there will be a special performance by The Sundelles and a chance to meet Food Porn Star, Larry Cauldwell.
Sunday (evening), October 21st:
The Lowcountry Oyster Roast
4:30pm IndieScreen, Williamsburg
The Films: The Mud and the Blood, Mickle’s Pickle, and Mama Sugar’s Sweet Potato Cobbler. Sit back and watch the debut screening of The Mud and the Blood during an all-you-can-eat Bulls Bay oyster roast. Chef Robert Stehling of Charleston’s Hominy Grill will cook up delicious, classic Lowcountry dishes to compliment your oyster intake. This oyster extravaganza will close out the Food Film Festival and leave you counting down the days until next year. VIP passes to this event are SOLD OUT everywhere else.
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Film screenings, early access, all-you-can-eat oysters, unlimited food + drinks
$135 / person
Access to all six events, unlimited food + drink
$500 / person
PLEASE NOTE: to purchase tickets, we will kindly redirect you to the producer of this experience.