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Join us for the first installment of our Film to Fork series, a series that is a treat for all the senses. Our first event pulls out all the stops with a double feature of smart, local, food-centric shorts, paired with a delicious meal from one of Indiana's best.
First up, and making it's World Premiere, is FarmCity. FarmCity examines the complicated relationship between the health of a city and its food system. In this challenging documentary, producer JD Schuyler, shares an inside view of Indianapolis’ health. Through stories of an urban farmer, a single mother, a grocery store owner, health experts and community organizers, FarmCity looks at what needs to happen to build a healthier city.
Next up is An Indiana Farm to Fork Celebration: The Joseph Decuis Story, featuring the talented chefs at Joseph Decuis. Joseph Decuis is an award winning, farm-to-table restaurant in rural Indiana, named after the owners’ ancestor. The farm raises nearly everything the restaurant serves, from herbs and vegetables to free-range chickens, pigs, goats, sheep, and perhaps most notably, Waygu cattle—a rare, Japanese breed that produces tender, well-marbled beef. This film offers a glimpse into the inner working of Joseph Decuis, recently named on the 50 best restaurants in the United States.
As a special treat, Joseph Decuis will be catering our dinner for the evening!
Enjoy this delicious series of foodie films with special foodie friends in the grand Cook Theatre at the Indiana Landmarks Center.
Tickets are $35 - includes dinner, a glass of wine (if you are over 21!) & the movie. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., dinner is served at 7pm and the movie begins immediately following dinner.
In order to maintian appropriate food service levels, tickets for this screening must be purchased in advnace by Friday, February 28 at 12 pm EST.
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Film to Fork is made possible through a grant from
Wine for Film to Fork provided by Crossroad Vintners!
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Indy Film Fest
Since 2004, the Indy Film Fest has quickly grown into one of the Midwest’s fastest-growing and most-watched film festivals — and one of the most valued annual cultural events in the city. With attendance growing every year, we continue to deepen our impact on the city and the film community worldwide. Featuring the best in independent and innovative film from both award-winning professionals and emerging filmmakers, we’ve exhibited films from nearly every state in the country and more than 50 countries around the globe.