We just sold out our first show, the opening night presentation of Trattoria. We could not be more excited, and we can't wait to see you all at the fest. Many other exciting things have happened this week, too. For instance: Foreign Cinema came on board for our Friday night party. A gallon of maple syrup showed up from Hilltop Boilers in Maine, just in time for Bi-Rite to start mixing their Maine Maple Ice Cream for the screening of Betting the Farm. The band whose music is featured in Trattoria, Gaucho Gypsy Jazz, is coming to play at our opening night party. We even lined up an artisanal mezcal maker called Wahaka for the celebration, because, well, no party is complete without artisanal mezcal!
Oh, and we got our beautiful programs printed and delivered! Here's a peek:
Pretty amazing, right? There were a lot of ooh's and ah's as Nicole Spear unveiled her beautiful work for us. Please keep helping us to spread the word and sell out all of our screenings. Thank you!!!
The Food & Farm Film Fest Team