SUNDAY 7th OCTOBER 2018
10:30am – The Riverside
RUTH WATSON INTERVIEWS INDIA KNIGHT
The Sunday Times journalist and author, India Knight, will be interviewed live on-stage by our patron, Ruth Watson.
India currently writes a weekly comment column and a beauty column for The Sunday Times, she is also the author of four novels and four non-fiction books (which includes two cook books), all of which are published by Penguin.
1:00pm – The Riverside
SOUR GRAPES (15)
Director Jerry Rothwell & Reuben Atlas – 2016 – 85mins
Featuring: Laurent Ponsot, Jay McInerney, Rudy Kurniawan, Jefery Levy
Has there ever been a more cautionary tale about food and drink’s intoxicating power over our sense of reason? This gripping documentary about Rudy Kurniawan, an Indonesian con-man who disrupted the entire global luxury wine market by repackaging plain plonk in vintage bottles, is uncorked with the explosive force of a crime thriller.
Screening preceded by HAPPY FOOD (Director YumYum, UK, 2012, 2mins)
3:30pm – The Riverside
THE CAKE SHOP
Live Cooking & Baking Demonstration – 60mins
In 2014 Woodbridge’s The Cake Shop won ITV’s “Britain’s Best Bakery” Award. A year later they were named “Best Family Business” and “Best Independent Retailer” at the Suffolk Food and Drink Awards and then last year their very own, David Wright, won “Britain’s Baker of the Year”. David will be live on-stage baking or cooking up a storm for our delectation.
5:00pm – The Riverside
BABETTE’S FEAST (U)
Director Gabriel Axel – 1987 – 102mins with English subtitles
Starring: Stephane Audran, Birgitte Federspiel, Bodil Kjer
Gastronomic wonders abound in this celebration of French cuisine’s eternal riches. A cook repays the Danish nuns who raised her by preparing them an outrageous feast. The lavish spread awakens the taste buds of those accustomed to more austere fare – and the film performed the same trick on Anglo-Saxon audiences, winning an Oscar and BAFTA.
Screening preceded by FRESH GUACAMOLE (Director PES, USA, 2012, 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 Alexander Payne- 2004 – 126mins
Starring: Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen, Sandra Oh
The widely admired, Oscar-winning comedy famously set Merlot sales tumbling (and boosted those of Pinot Noir) based on its lead character’s acidly aired wine reviews. As we close Film Feast Suffolk 2018 it’s time to celebrate food’s eternal (and often more enjoyable) bedfellow – drink!
Exclusive video introduction from the film’s writer/director, Alexander Payne
Screening preceded by CHICKEN OR THE EGG (Director Christine Kim & Elaine Wu, USA, 2013, 4mins)
The Festival’s Closing Night Party will take place in the restaurant/bar following the film.
7:30pm – Honey & Harvey
PULP FICTION (18)
Director Quentin Tarantino – 1994 – 154mins
Starring: John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis
From the Royale with Cheese to Big Kahuna Burgers, Jack Rabbit Slim’s milkshakes to muffins at the Hawthorne Grille, Quentin Tarantino’s multi-stranded crime yarn is a feast of down-and-dirty delights, all served up with gastronomic panache.
Honey & Harvey will transform into the American Diner from the film, Jack Rabbit Slim’s, for the evening serving Big Kahuna burgers, shakes, pancakes and fries!
£5.00 for Film Ticket. American diner style food inspired by the film will be available to purchase on the night.
For ticket information and to reserve a place, please contact Honey & Harvey on 01394 548161 or email email@example.com