Slow Motion Film Festival

Looking for something cool to do this wknd? Why not check out slow Food Nova Scotia’s Slow Motion Film Festival going on all wknd long. Showing at the Al Whittle Theatre in Wolfville, Nova Scotia from Friday, November 6, to Sunday, November 8th, Slow Motion is a three-day festival dedicated to films about food.

Eleven screenings include classics such as Babette’s Feast and new favorites like Ratatouille, and 2008’s Bottleshock, a film about the famous Paris wine tasting of 1974. The multi-award-winning documentary FOOD, Inc. will also have its local premiere screening this wnkd. Also of note are the Nova Scotia documentary Animals and Slow Food Nova Scotia’s own The Edible Schoolyard.

Complementary events include California and Nova Scotia wine tasting, a gala opening party, the Wolfville Farmers’ Market Amazing Food Race, a harvest barn dinner with chefs Michael Howell, Craig Flinn and Peter Jackson, and a panel discussion on the economics and ethics of eating seafood in the modern world.

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Monday, Monday…