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That Time a Polar Bear Stole Red Wine

Speaking to The Daily Mail earlier this month, series producer Sophie Lanfear recalled how the hut the film crew had been staying in while filming in the Arctic region of Svalbard was ravaged by a wine-seeking polar bear. According to Lanfear, the crew were out capturing footage of Arctic foxes and wolves when they came back to […]

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From the Makers of ‘Somm,’ ‘Barista’ Premiers November 6th

From the producers of Somm comes a deep dive into the competitive world of coffee. Barista is a film about the lengths the world’s best baristas will go to in order to achieve the perfect cup. The film revolves around the National Barista Championship, an extreme, sometimes emotional competition in which competitors are allotted 15 minutes to prepare 12 drinks for judges. […]

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Man in the Maze: Food Tank’s Award Winning Documentary

Food Tank, in partnership with Greener Media, is excited to announce the world premiere of award-winning documentary “Man in the Maze.” The short film produced by filmmakers, Phil Buccellato and Jesse Ash, and Food Tank is one of five films to win the Sundance Short Film Challenge, underwritten by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Filmed […]

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‘The Slaughter:’ A Horror Film on a Hog Farm

From the start, The Slaughter — a 15-minute short film directed by Jason Kohl — is filled with foreboding. The Slaughter is about the father-son relationship on a small, outdoor hog operation. It’s no spoiler to say that something bad is going to happen; we know from the title that death is coming, and Kohl keeps a subtle undercurrent of […]

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Trailer for “Disruption” Will Sell You On the People’s Climate March

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Movie-able Feast: The 8 Most Delicious Films About Food

Would you like a grand repast? The world’s best sushi? Or just a piece of toast? From Japan, Mexico, Denmark and the U.S. come some of the most savory movies about the preparation and consumption of food. Read more at TIME.

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Food in the Movies: Test Your Knowledge

Getting caught up in the drama and romance of a movie plot is no reason to ignore the food onscreen. What food was used in that food fight? What does one use to flip enormous pancakes? If you love films (and food), then you’ll enjoy taking this quiz. Click here

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‘Apple Pushers’ Provide Oases in NYC Food Deserts

“The Apple Pushers,” a new documentary by Mary Mazzio with narration by Edward Norton, premiers this week in New York City.  The film follows a few enterprising New Yorkers who, with the support of city government, operate fruit stands in the city’s ‘food deserts’ in order to provide much needed fresh produce to their communities […]

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