SATURDAY 6th OCTOBER 2018
10:30am – The Riverside – Kid’s Feast
WILLY WONKA & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (U)
Director Mel Stuart – 1971 – 100mins
Starring: Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson, Peter Ostrum, Roy Kinnear, Julie Dawn Cole
The late, great Gene Wilder stars as the madcap chocolatier in this cult adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved book. The perils of greed and gluttony are reinforced in the timeless tale of a young boy who gains a golden ticket to Wonka’s wondrous chocolate factory. With its anarchic humour and memorable songs, this is a sweet treat that will tickle the taste-buds of both nostalgic adults and younger first-timers.
Screening preceded by A CAN SIZE FOR EVERY AUSSIE (Director Damon Duncan, New Zealand, 2017, 3mins)
1:00pm – The Riverside
WASTED! THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE (15)
Director Anna Chai &NariKye – 2017 – 85mins
Featuring: Anthony Bourdain, Dan Barber, Massimo Bottura, MarioBatali
Food is so great, so why on earth would we ever waste a morsel? But unfortunately the human race discards around 1.3 billion tons a year. This documentary not only delves into this troublingly serious issue, but at the same time offers some creative and mouth-watering solutions to a global crisis.
Screening preceded by WASTE (Director Sander Alt, Holland, 2017, 2mins)
The screening will be followed by a Food-for-Thought panel discussion on the subject of food waste in our region formed with the following people:
Caroline Page – County Councillor for Woodbridge
Eamonn O’Nolan – The Green Party for Suffolk Coastal
Charlie Zakss – Transition Woodbridge
Caroline Fish – Suffolk Waste Partnership
Steven Fendley – East of England Co-Op representative
Kat Gosling – The Teapot Project
4:30pm – The Riverside – Gala Event
Director Juzo Itami – 1985 – 118mins with English subtitles
Starring: Tsutomu Yamazaki, Nobuko Miyamoto, Koji Yakusho, Ken Watanabe
Described as the first ‘Ramen western’, Juzo Itami’s wild and episodic film follows a deadpan trucker who rides into town offering to reinvigorate a maiden’s noodle-bar menu. Itami also presents several hilarious side-dish skits on issues like the etiquette of spaghetti-eating and a scene of gastronomic erotica to make 9½ Weeks blush.
Screening introduced by film writer and curator, Jasper Sharp.
Screening preceded by SUBMARINE SANDWICH (Director PES, USA, 2014, 2mins)
Following the screening, for those with dinner & film tickets, a specially prepared three-course meal inspired by the film will be served at our partner restaurants in town – The Riverside, The Galley and The Table.
Please Note: When booking tickets for ‘Film and Three-Course Dinner’ please ensure you give your name, contact number and/or email address as we will need to contact you closer to the event in order to notify you which restaurant you have been allocated for your meal.
7:30pm – The Riverside
Director Steven Spielberg – 1975 – 124mins
Starring: Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gray, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss
To offset the carnivorous exploits elsewhere in the programme, an alternative tale where humans are the food… Steven Spielberg’s classic may be well over 40 years old but it’s still guaranteed to keep you out of the water.
Screening preceded by FUGU (Director Arthur Philippe, Belgium, 2012, 2mins)
Film to be Confirmed
7:30pm – The Tea Hut
JULIE AND JULIA (12)
Director Nora Ephron – 2009 – 123mins
Starring: Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Chris Messina, StanleyTucci
Celebrity chefs may be role models for many of us, but nobody took their fandom further than Julie Powell, who’s quest to cook all 524 recipes from Julia Child’s famous French cookbook made her famous in her own right. Amy Adams and Meryl Streep star in this delicious tale from the pen of Nora Ephron.
£28.00 for Film Ticket and Three-Course Dinner inspired by the film
For ticket information and to reserve a place, please contact The Tea Hut on 01394 384538 or email firstname.lastname@example.org