Film Feast Suffolk will showcase feature films, documentaries and short films from around the world on the subject of food and drink.
Screenings will take place at The Riverside Theatre and various pop-up venues around Woodbridge including The Fire Station, Honey & Harvey and The Tea Hut. At the end of each day culinary delights from the evening screening will be recreated in the partner restaurants - The Riverside, The Table and The Galley.
The festival patrons are multi-award winning British film director, Mike Leigh, food writer and TV presenter, Ruth Watson, and local farmer and TV personality, Jimmy Doherty.
Film screenings include Big Night, Tampopo, Babette's Feast, Sour Grapes, Sideways, Jaws, Wasted! The Story of Food Waste, Coffee and Cigarettes, Pulp Fiction and Julie and Julia.
As well as film screenings throughout the weekend, there will be a food-for thought panel discussion on tackling food waste in the region and a baking demonstration from award winning baker, David Wright, of The Cake Shop.
Film Feast Suffolk will bring the community together through a mutual love of food, film and drink while at the same time celebrating all the amazing local food and drink businesses in our area. Where possible, all ingredients used in the meals prepared for the film tie-ins will be sourced locally.
Film Feast Suffolk