Brisbane Film Feast serves food for thought
Gabbi Briner | On 14, Aug 2015
Quirky films, quality food and compelling conversations all at once? Sounds like my kind of Saturday night. Rug up with a pint and plate at the Brisbane Film Feast.Â
This Saturday, The Youth Food Movement is hosting the first ever Brisbane Film Feast. Located on the majestic Brisbane River, Brisbane Film FeastÂ will serve up four thought provoking documentaries about food sustainability.
We live in a food-centric society – diets, science, bloggers, celebrity chefs and cooking shows have significantly influenced the perception and consumption of food. The Youth Food Movement’s aim is to clear the air. They are a team of volunteers who want to inform and equip young people with the knowledge and skills required to create an ethical and sustainable food system.
The event begins at 2pm and runs till 9pm, with the films spread throughout the day.
Enjoy some food for thought, a good feed and the crisp Brisbane. For more information and tickets click here.
When:Â Saturday 15th August 2015 2pm â€“ 8.30pm
Where:Â South Brisbane Sailing Club â€“Â 68 Hill End Terrace, West End in Orleigh Park
How much:Â Tickets start at $12 and we have discounts for families.