Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Pastriology, a Movie About Food, Eating and World Hunger, to Show in Santa Fe on Oct. 17

The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival  is presenting dozens of films about a impressive range of topics during a a four-day period on Oct. 16-20. One documentary, Pastriology, offers an interesting premise: a broad contrast in our attitudes toward food. "Five years in the making, Pastriology runs the full range from the pleasures and dangers of overeating to the tragedies of world hunger," say the documentary producers.

Pastriology will be showing on Thursday, October 17 at The Screen, 1600 St. Michaels Dr., at 7:00 p.m. Click here to purchase individual tickets, which are $10. The movie will be shown just once in a theater that holds 120 people. Click here to obtain a full pass ($150) for the entire festival.  

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion and reception. The panelists include staff members from Farm to Table,  an organization led by Pam Roy.

Pastriology - Trailer 1 from Katey Bright on Vimeo.

The 2012 Trailer for the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival

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