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This year, the Festival kicks off exploring flavor intensity on Thursday, October 24 with Edible Adventure #17: Deep Flavor Dive. Friday’s festivities on 10/25 feature the many flavors of New York City with Hometown Heroes: NYC. Saturday, 10/26, celebrates the patchwork of American yum with American Eats: Meats and Treats. From ice cream sundaes and burgers to hallacas and catfish, taste the classics from many regions of the US. Finally, the Festival closes on Sunday, 10/27, with Sunday Schmear a celebration of family food tradition, including a special screening of Director Julie Cohen’s The Sturgeon Queens and an After-Party featuring the many flavors of Russ & Daughters.

The Events

Edible Adventure #17: Deep Flavor Dive
Thursday, October 24 
VIP Pre-Party 6:15 pm | GA Doors 7:00 pm
GA $75 | VIP $100 

Experience an eclectic mix of intense films, foods, and flavors from around the world.

Films: Arctic Greens, Black Sesame, Chef, Distance, Ensaïmada, and What’s Eating Dan?: Garlic Bread.

Hometown Heroes: NYC
Friday, October 25 
VIP 6:15 pm | GA 7:00 pm
GA $100 | VIP $125

Celebrating some of the unique and beloved chefs and restaurants that help give New York City its one-of-a-kind flavor.

Films: Brooklyn Bugs, Llama Inn, Ramen Possessed, and a surprise or two.

 American Eats: Meats and Treats
Saturday, October 26
VIP 6:15 pm | GA 7:00 pm
GA $100 | VIP $125

It’s Saturday night and it’s time to party…with classic foods and intriguing people from around the USA.

Films: Bayou Brilliant, Donut People, Joe Loves Ice Cream: A Tale of Two Rivers,Put an Egg on it: Struggle Meals with Frankie Celenza, and The Burger Show: The Ultimate Texas Burger Road Trip, and The Lee Chin Show: Tamale Taste Test




Sunday Schmear
Sunday, October 27 
2:00 pm | $55

Food and Family are everything in life. Join our family for the closing event of the 2019 Food Film Fest featuring two films that are light on the schmaltz but will make your heart go verklempt. Director Julie Cohen’s The Sturgeon Queens celebrates New York City’s beloved institution Russ & Daughters and Director Rachel Fleit’s Gefilte shows how one dish brings together generations of family. 

Films: Gefilte, and The Sturgeon Queens