First, we had A Design Film Festival, which showcased the swanky premiere of Dior and I, a documentary on luxury fashion house Christian Dior. Now, foodies can feast their eyes on a behind-the-scenes screening of Noma, one of the world’s best restaurants in Noma: My Perfect Storm at South-east Asia’s first food film festival, FoodCine.ma.
Running from Apr 29-May 14 at Objectifs, the lineup includes 10 films covering topics spanning molecular gastronomy, to coffee culture and the future of food. There will also be 10 short films aired before each screening, like The Timmy Brothers, a video spoofing the artisanal food movement and another of Hong Kong’s dai pai dong, an open-air food stall.
It’s also not just about the big screen—other fringe activities at the event include two food-related exhibitions by writing studio In Plain Words and research studio Atelier HOKO.
To purchase tickets and for more information, head here.
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