TICKETS TO THE FOOD FILM FESTIVAL™ SOUTH WALTON 10% OFF THROUGH MARCH 1
SANTA ROSA BEACH, Fla. – January 25, 2015 – The Local Palate magazine and The Food Film Festival™ bring the well-known festival to its fourth city April 8-10, 2016 in South Walton, Florida. The Food Film Festival™, created by Emmy award-winning filmmaker George Motz, allows attendees to screen the best of today’s food documentaries while tasting the dishes they encounter onscreen. Now through March 1, 2016 the all-inclusive festival tickets are available at 10% off.
The three-day festival includes food films from award-winning artists, distinct meals prepared by the South’s best chefs, and various events celebrating the food, art, and culture of South Walton and the surrounding area. Event talent includes renowned chefs such as: Braden Wages of Malai Kitchen in Dallas, Texas, Michael Gulotta of MoPho in New Orleans, Louisiana, Kevin Gillespie of Gunshow and Revival in Atlanta, Georgia, and Phil McDonald of Bud + Alley’s Pizza Bar in South Walton, Florida. For a complete list of participating chefs and full schedule of events visit foodfilmsowal.com.
Accommodations packages are available on the festival website from Gulf Coast Vacation Rentals, Emerald Coast Vacation Rentals, Marriott Sandestin Courtyard, and Marriott Sandestin Residence Inn.
A portion of The Food Film Festival™ South Walton proceeds will benefit the Emerald Coast Theatre Company and Food For Thought Florida. For more information and to purchase discounted tickets please visit foodfilmsowal.com.
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The Food Film Festival™ Born in Brooklyn in 2007, The Food Film Festival™ sprang from the imagination of festival director George Motz, the documentary filmmaker and Travel Channel host behind the award-winning Hamburger America film and book, along with co-creator Harry Hawk. The festival screens exceptional films that showcase the world’s favorite foods and the people, traditions, and inspirations behind them. At every festival event, guests are treated to multiple mouth-watering food films, and then served the featured food for a multi-sensory, full- body experience, right in their seat. The Food Film Festival™ is currently showcased in New York, Chicago and Charleston, South Carolina and will premiere on April 8-10, 2016 in South Walton, Florida.