And, now, for something completely different: a film festival where food is the subject.
The Food for Real Film Festival takes place November 21 through 24, 2013, in Liverpool, England.
The program includes more than 30 food-focused features, documentaries, short films and animations over four days. Among the movies: “The Real Dirt on Farmer John”, “Local to Global Food Shorts (Part One)”, “James and the Giant Peach” and “More than Honey”. Among the workshops: “Outsider Cooking”, “Plant a Pocket Orchard” and “Beiruty Breakfast”.
This is the second edition of Food for Real, sponsored by “socially-engaged, creative food enterprise” Squash Nutrition. The festival seeks to “explore the environmental, cultural and political impacts of the foods we grow, eat, waste and share”.
(Image courtesy of Food for Real Film Festival)