A Foodie Film Buff’s Paradise: Food On Film Week

It’s hard to top The Neverending Story, but we’re pretty excited for the new film series coming to the Belcourt Theatre this weekend. Food On Film Week will showcase four new food-themed documentaries from June 26 to July 2, including the critically-acclaimed Food, Inc., which will play all week. There are some fun things planned for Food On Film Week, so check out the schedule below. Regular ticket prices apply.

Friday, June 26 – 4:40pm, 7:00pm and 9:25pm showings of Food, Inc. 7pm showing followed by a panel discussion with local food & farming professionals, with light refreshments provided by Whole Foods. 

Saturday, June 27 – 11am-3pm Outdoor Info Expo with local vendors from Whole Foods, Bongo Java, Slow Food Nashville and more. Free screening of Food, Inc. at 11am (call or visit Whole Foods customer service for ticketing information). Additional Food, Inc. screenings at 1:05pm, 3:10pm, 5:15pm, 7:20pm and 9:25pm. 

Sunday, June 28Food, Inc. showings at 3:10pm, 5:15pm, 7:20pm and 9:25pm; The End Of The Line showing at 7:30pm. 

Monday, June 29Food, Inc. showings at 7:20pm and 9:25pm; The End Of The Line showings at 5:00pm and 9:55pm.

Tuesday, June 30Food, Inc. showings at 7:20pm and 9:25pm; Pressure Cooker showings at 5:20pm and 7:30pm.

Wednesday, July 1Food, Inc. showings at 5:15pm, 7:20pm and 9:25pm; Pressure Cooker showing at 3:00pm; The Garden showing at 8:00pm.

Thursday, July 2 Food, Inc. showings at 5:15pm, 7:20pm and 9:25pm; The Garden showings at 3:40pm and 9:50pm.

In addition to the Belcourt’s Food On Film Week, Warner Parks Nature Center is hosting a Good Food Film Festival on Tuesday nights this summer. Tonight’s feature is the documentary King Corn, which your Nashvillest editors have seen and enjoyed. Each week, the free film screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with local food industry professionals. All screenings start at 6:30pm.

June 23King Corn

June 30A Sense Of Wonder

July 7Saving Seeds & Southern Cheeses

July 14The Real Dirt On Farmer John

July 23Good Food Shorts 

Photo by rexhammock.

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