OFFICIAL SELECTIONS ANNOUNCED!

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS ANNOUNCED!

The Food Film Festival is back for its 13th consecutive year in New York City! We hope to see you in October for an unforgettable festival. Festival Tickets and VIP Passes are all-inclusive of screening, food and beverage. The Food Film Festival is proud to support the Billion Oyster Project and the fine work it does in the waterways of New York City.

A limited number of Early Bird Festival-Wide VIP Passes are available now for pre-sale.

Food Film Fest Director George Motz Burger Pop-Up in California

We spent a weekend in Napa with FFF Director George Motz for a stop on his Burger Pop-Up World Tour at The Culinary Institute of America’s Copia campus in Napa. George smashed over 600 cheeseburgers over the weekend at the Pop-Up and in his Master Class. Thanks to our sponsors for the weekend: King’s Hawaiian, Schweid & Sons, Blackstone and Seismic Brewing Co., and our host The CIA at Copia. Enjoy these photos from the event…

2018 Slotted Spoon Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of the coveted Slotted Spoon Awards for the 2018 Food Film Festival in New York City. 
Congratulations to the winners! 

And the Winners Are...

It was a tough competition this year and we are pleased to announce the winners of the coveted Slotted Spoon Awards:

Best Short Film Award
The Rest of Your Life, Dir. Rodolfo May

Schweid & Sons Best Super-Short Film Award
Fire, Dirs. Michelle Crowley & Richard Hill

In the Raw Best Food Porn Award
Food Films, Dir. David Ma

NY Distilling Co. Audience Choice Award
The Magic of Breadmaking, Dir. Vaughn Vreeland

Food Filmmaker of the Year Award
Marie C., My Life in Sourdough

Film Foodmaker of the Year Award
Chef Freddy Bird

Bloomberg Made in NYC Award
Why The Jamaican Beef Patty is a New York Icon, Dir. Justin Bolois


In The Press

In The Press

The episode will follow Bourdain along a personal journey through the old-school haunts of LES and East Village, accompanied by the music, film, and art trailblazers who defined the neighborhood in the 70s and 80s, painting picture of the area’s cultural history.