Mark Your Calendars!
Great Movies Oct 2-8th, 2009
Join Alaska Center for the Environment, the Beartooth Theatrepub & Grill, Delicious Dave Catering, AK Root Sellers, NOLS, and Bioneers Alaska for the first Alaska Local Food Film Festival! The festival will take place October 2nd-8th at the Beartooth Theatrepub in Anchorage, and will feature the Alaska debut of Food Inc, as well as the films The Garden, Eating Alaska, FRESH, and The End of the Line. There will be opportunities to eat fresh Alaskan food and discuss the films, as well as to learn more about how you can get involved with the Alaska local food movement.
The Beartooth Grill will be preparing specials made with local ingredients brought in by AK Root Sellers from the Valley. Ellen Frankenstein, filmmaker and feature of Eating Alaska, will be in town to answer questions after screening her film, and Dave Thorne of Delicious Dave Catering along with Kathy Ciarimboli brings you FRESH the movie with an opportunity for discussion after the film. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and learn more about how you can get involved with the Alaska local food movement! Additionally, Bioneers Alaska will host a dessert, coffee, and Q&A opportunity on the last night of the Film Fest, Thursday 10/8th - stay tuned for details!
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10/2 - 5:30 - FOOD, INC.
10/3 - 5:30 - THE GARDEN
10/4 - 5:30 - EATING ALASKA with discussion w/filmmaker Ellen Frankenstein after the film
10/5 - 5:30 - FRESH with discussion after the film
10/5 - 8:00 - END OF THE LINE
10/6 - 5:30 - THE GARDEN
10/7 - 5:30 - END OF THE LINE
10/8 - 5:30 - FOOD, INC.
These are exciting and well worth coming out for!
Thanks to Alaska Center for the Environment for this bulletin and support.
Harvest blessings, and let me know if you want off the list,
Ellen Vande Visse
Good Earth Garden School
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