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Food on Film

Now in its fifth season, Food on Film brings together chefs, food experts and film lovers to enjoy the best in culinary cinema and conversation. Host Naomi Duguid welcomes celebrated guests from the culinary world to discuss the intersections of cinema, culture and gastronomy.

Limited time offer! Buy 3 tickets to Food on Film and receive a $50 gift card to Momofuku Toronto, while supplies last. Purchase must be made in person at the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office or over the phone at 416-599-8433.

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Ticket Prices

Ticket Type

Regular Price

Member Price

Adult

$35

$28

Student/Senior

$29.75

$24

 

 

 

Mitchell Davis on The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

Mitchell Davis on The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

March 2
Renowned culinary expert Mitchell Davis considers the power and history of food on film in the context of Peter Greenaway's controversial classic about food, desire, class and murder.
Michael and Nobuyo Stadtländer on The Singhampton Project

Michael and Nobuyo Stadtländer on The Singhampton Project

March 23
Farm-to-table chefs and restaurateurs Michael and Nobuyo Stadtländer discuss this inspiring and thought-provoking new documentary about their collaboration with French landscape artist Jean Paul Ganem.
Chris Ying on Diner

Chris Ying on Diner

April 27
Following the screening of Barry Levinson's beloved coming-of-age classic, Lucky Peach editor-in-chief and Zero Foodprint co-founder Chris Ying discusses the many ways in which restaurants, chefs and customers can lead the charge for culinary collaboration and environmental causes.

Programming Partner: Momofuku Toronto
Andy Ricker on The Empire of Scents

Andy Ricker on The Empire of Scents

May 18
Following a screening of Academy Award nominee Kim Nguyen's immersive new documentary, chef and restaurateur Andy Ricker of Pok Pok fame discusses how our senses of smell and taste are directly connected to memory, place and culinary innovation.

Programming Partner: Momofuku Toronto
Danielle Nierenberg on Good Things Await

Danielle Nierenberg on Good Things Await

June 8
Food activist, journalist and author Danielle Nierenberg discusses recent global innovations in sustainable agriculture following a screening of the inspirational documentary about Danish biodynamic farmers battling government bureaucrats.
Heather Greene on The Angels' Share

Heather Greene on The Angels' Share

June 29
Whiskey expert Heather Greene joins us for a screening of Ken Loach's award-winning caper comedy and discusses the role that whiskey has played in the history of cinema.

 

 

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