Food Film Festival – Charleston Unveils Events, Including Anthony Bourdain Premiere + Sean Brock’s Waffle House Tasting Menu

Taste What You See on the Screen…Right in Your Seat!

Official Events and Tickets For
The Food Film Festival / Charleston
Announced

Benefiting Slow Food Charleston and Grow Food Charleston

November 11th-13th, 2015


Get a taste of the fest here!

The Food Film Festival™, the only film festival in the world where guests get to taste what
they see on the screen as they watch, will return to Charleston for the 3rd time, this November 11th-13th at The Cedar Room. The Festival returns to Charleston with a mind-blowing line-up of screenings that range from the wildly stunning to just plain wacky. Created, directed and hosted by Travel Channel personality and food filmmaker, George Motz, The Food Film Festival is an unexpectedly delightful evening of viewing and tasting.

The three-day festival kicks off with an exclusive opening night screening of the World Premiere of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – Charleston, presented by CNN, and will feature Sean Brock’s personal Waffle House tasting menu. The festival will feature a wide-array of films from around the world as well as local selections such as Cuda, a film about Summerville, S.C.’s iconic delicacy, The Cuda Dog, and Perry Cuda’s restaurant, Perfectly Franks, in town. Also on the bill is Cultured Craft Beer, a film about Charleston’s buzzing brewery scene, complete with tastes from each and every brewer featured. The infamous Food Porn Party will be returning with sultry, sumptuous films, food, and libations, such as Gin Tonic BlackBalls, and Choco Thriller.

We’ve all salivated over the impossibly perfect dishes on cooking shows, unable to bring the same meal to fruition in our own kitchens. At the Food Film Festival, finally, you can taste exactly what you see on screen. It’s a festival for the senses.

THE EVENTS
The World Premiere of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – Charleston, SC
Presented by CNN

Wednesday, November 11th7 pm
The Food Film Festival and CNN invite you to come taste what you see in this special World Premiere of the Charleston episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown before it airs on TV. From Rodney Scott’s whole hog to Sean Brock’s personal Waffle House tasting menu, this is an evening you won’t want to miss.
Film: Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – Charleston, SC
After-party featuring a whole-hog roast by Rodney Scott of Scott’s BBQ and a special tasting menu from Waffle House.
Tickets: $85

Edible Adventure #014
Thursday, November 12th  – 7 pm, (VIP Party at 6:15 pm)
The 14th installment of the Edible Adventure series includes films about the Charleston Craft Beer scene, free-range pig farming in Italy, Spanish Caviar and everything in between.
VIP party by EVO.
Films: Ain’t That a Blessing, Ca’lumaco, Cuda, Cultured Craft Beer, Growing Local: Seeding a Dream, Sollo.
After-party featuring Perry Cuda’s famous hot dogs from Perfectly Franks, locally crafted brews from Coast Brewery Company, HomeGrown Brewhouse with Frothy Beard Brewhouse Company, Holy City Brewery, Edmund’s Oast, and Palmetto Brewery Co., paired with select dishes by Home Team BBQ, Closed 4 Business, Craftsman Tap House, and Edmund’s Oast.
Tickets: $60 GA/$85 VIP

The Food Porn Party
Presented by In The Raw
Friday, November 14th7:00 pm, (VIP Party at 6:15 pm)
The Food Porn Party returns for another steamy night of Extreme Eats and Culinary Close-Ups.
VIP party by Tavern & Table.
Films: Balls, Choco Thriller, Food, Friends, and Family, Fork and Beans: Gluten-Free Moon Pie, Gin Tonic Black, La Botanique des Amours, Pasta with Ratatouille, Rosemary Gin Smash, Slowberry, The Cut, The Spalding Oyster.
After-party featuring sweet and savory treats from The Lot, Vanilla Bean, Warehouse, and Mirabelle Bakery.
Tickets: $60 GA/$85 VIP

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The Food Film Festival™ thanks these fine partners for their support: In The Raw, High Wire Distilling Co., Home Team Public Relations and Events, The Cedar Room, and CNN.

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