Zagreb to host 2nd Food Film Festival on Sept 8-17

The second Food Film Festival Zagreb, which brings together food, wine and film, will take place in the capital's Zrinjevac Park on September 8-17, featuring over 20 exhibitors, mainly restaurants, bakeries and wineries, as well as 20 films which visitors can watch while eating the dishes featured in them.

The festival will include cooking and wine-making workshops as well as show, on a big screen, food preparation from Zagreb's best restaurants, bistros and other establishments.

The films to be shown include "Burnt" from 2015, "Lunchbox" from 2013, "Sideways" from 2004, "Dreams of Sushi" from 2011, "The Big Night" from 1996, "Mostly Martha" from 2001, "Vatel" from 2000, "No Reservations" from 2007, "Julie Julia" from 2009, "Haute Cousine" from 2012, "Chef" from 2014, "The Chef" from 2012, "The Trip" from 2010, "A Good Year" from 2006, "Babette's Feast" from 1987, "Today’s Special" from 2009, "Waitress" from 2007, "Ratatouille" from 2007, "Chocolate" from 2000 and "The Hundred-Foot Journey" from 2014.

Last update: Sun, 04/09/2016 - 12:48
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