The Food Film Festival is back for its 12th consecutive year in New York City! This year, the Festival kicks off with the World Premiere of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown / Lower East Side, presented by CNN Original Series. 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. For more information, click HERE

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



A New York Bagel
Dirs. Virginia Chiang and Mike Lee, 5:15
A bagel's trip to New York City goes awry and is rescued by a friend with evil intentions.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown - Lower East Side
Dir. Michael Steed, World Premiere
The episode follows Bourdain on a personal journey through this formerly bohemian New York City neighborhood, as he meets, shares meals and reflects with music, film and art trailblazers.

Chikarashi: Sustainable, Chef-Driven Poke Bowl
Dir. Liza de Guia, 9:45
Sustainable, chef-driven poke with absolutely no customization allowed. 
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D’Abruzzo: The Meat, Fat, Meat, Fat, Meat, Fat Lamb Skewers of Abruzzo
Dir. Liza de Guia, 9:47
At D’Abruzzo in Smorgasburg you’ll find Tommaso happily tending his grill, turning over and twisting thousands of his handmade “arrosticini” lamb skewers, all while welcoming customers with wide eyed encouragement.
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Eat Art
Dir. Anna Tsukanova-Kott, 4:00
Eat Art are short videos, which present cooking recipes in an unusual art form.

Dirs. Michelle Crowley & Richard Hill, 1:06, US Premiere
Where Fire is its own flavour, English woodland cooking.

Food Films
Dir. David Ma, 4:45
Recipe videos re-imagined in the styles of iconic directors. 
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Get Blown!
Dir. Tati Nguyen, 6:36, World Premiere
The memories of two great meals, one in Paris and another in Beijing, combined  to create the perfect hybrid culinary masterpiece.  
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Holy Smoked
Dir. Jeffrey Jones, 11:00, World Premiere
Izzy runs the first kosher bbq restaurant in NYC, but he can never taste what he is trying to perfect. 
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How to Make Crispy Fish Fingers
Dir. Simon Wild, 1:00, US Premiere
Four year old, chef Dylan, shows how to make his favourite crispy fish fingers. 
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Magical Snack Time
Dirs. Liz and Jimmy Reed, 2:00, World Premiere
A hungry unicorn creates a wild desert through a series of happy accidents. 

Melt: A Smoking Story
Dir. Jules Renault, 9:18
Melt. A Smoking Story describes the intimate stories behind the meeting of two Parisian dudes and a Texan Pitmaster, the mix between two cultures, the love and passion for Barbecue as an art, and the story behind the opening of one of the first and well known BBQ place in Paris.

My Life in Sourdough
Dir. Marie C., 5:00
Somewhere between a romantic comedy and a cooking show, My Life in Sourdough chronicles the culinary adventures of Jeanne, a French girl looking for a love as orgasmic as bread making.

The Lunch Feeder
Dir. Joseph Herscher, 1:50, World Premiere
How to be more productive during lunch.

The Science of Smoked Brisket
Dir. George Motz, 8:41, World Premiere
The science behind what makes us crave smoked brisket clearly explained by Chef Michael Ollier and Dr. Philip Bass at Certified Angus Beef Brand, Kent and Barrett Black at Black’s Barbecue, and Texas barbecue critic Daniel Vaughn.

The Rest of Your Life
Dir. Rodolfo May, 8:59
The inspiring story of two women showing the difficulties faced by so many women that recently left the prison system and are trying to fit back into society with one goal: to not be only known by their past crimes.

Why the Jamaican Beef Patty is a New York Icon
Dir. Justin Bolois, 12:05, James Beard Nominee
An investigation into the Jamaican beef patty, the unsung food icon of NYC.  
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