New York City Food Film Festival
- “Beer Wars” (90 minutes) Dir. Anat Baron - An amazing journey into the heart of corporate beer and the small independent brewers it leaves in its wake. (Our blogger Siel did a review of this film a while back.)
- “Obsessives: Urban Farmer” (12:41 minutes) Dirs. Meredith Arthur, Eric Slatkin, and Blake Smith - A short doc about Novella Carpenter, an urban farmer that commandeered a vacant lot next to her Oakland home to build a full-blown farm with goats, ducks, pigs and a robust garden. You can view the entire film online from the link.
- "Eating Right" (5:39 mins) Dir. Alison Perelman - Explores the ways political campaigns use food, primarily diner photo ops, to connect with voters. No link to this film was provided.
Take a look at the full list of films. There’s sure to be something to interest you.
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