The Florida Film Festival is coming up really soon! They are giving us a pair of two free tickets to give out to a lucky individual here on this blog!
The pair of ticket vouchers are good for any Regular Programming screening (subject to availability).
Prize: Two film vouchers to the Florida Film Festival
All you have to do is
Complete the following requirements to enter:
1. Sign up for the upcoming TastyChomps.com e-newsletter here! Don’t worry we will only send you periodically the latest and greatest foodie news, updates, events, and more! (if you already signed up, skip on to number 2)
2. Answer all of the following questions correctly about the Florida Film Festival by posting in the comments below or emailing us at email@example.com (make sure to include your full name when submitting). All answers can be found at www.floridafilmfestival.org or here https://tastychomps.com/2012/03/2012-florida-film-festival-foodie-events.html
a. Chefs from what restaurants will be at the Opening Night Party for the Florida Film Festival?
b. True or False: There will be a Saturday Night Feast with a Five Course meal created by Chef Brandon McGlamery at Luma during the Film Festival.
c. How much does the Whole Foods Tasting Night on Tuesday April 14 cost?
d. What foodie film are you most looking forward to see?
Deadline for entry: April 3, 2012 at 11:00pm.
The Winner will be chosen randomly from the correct answers and announced here on this page and the Florida Film Festival folks will send you the tickets! Good luck!!
Here are two “foodie films” showing at the event
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Jiro Ono, recognized by the Japanese government as a national treasure for his contributions to Japanese cuisine, may be the greatest sushi chef in the world. Yet his restaurant, humbly located in a Tokyo subway station, seats ten and serves only sushi. The Michelin Guide has awarded it three stars, which means that just to dine at the restaurant is worth a trip to Tokyo. Seats are reserved up to a year in advance and the meal costs at least $300. The title speaks to the legendary 85-year-old chef’s tireless commitment to perfecting his craft. With a score by Philip Glass, incredible shots of the work that goes into his sublime creations, a fascinating look at a tuna being rated in the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, and an intimate peek into his relationship with his son, this debut film from director David Gelb must be seen to truly understand mastery.
Since 1926 a Michelin star has been a coveted award that translates into fame and fortune for a chef and his restaurant. Three stars, Michelin’s highest rating, means “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey,” the equivalent of an Academy Award®. Who reviews these restaurants? How are these treasured stars awarded? THREE STARS sheds light on those questions through interviews with Jean-Luc Naret, the Guides’ evasively polished director, and plows through the controversies to which they give rise. Ten celebrity chefs from three countries are featured in their kitchens, gardens, and fields discussing the merits and travails of being three-starred. Featuring Jean-Georges Vongrichten (Jean-Georges), Yannick Allénoe (Le Meurice), Juan Mari & Elena Arzack (Arzack), Sven Elverfeld (Aqua), Sergio Herman (Oud Sluis), Hideki Ishikawa (Ishikawa), René Redzepi (Noma), Olivier Roellinger (Le Coquillage), and the luminous Nadia Santini (Dal Pescatore), this film presents a rare opportunity to visit great chefs where they work and live. Watch for Jiro Ono!
Dates: April 13-22, 2012
Location: Central Florida
Enzian, 1300 South Orlando Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751
Regal Winter Park Village 20
Winter Garden Theatre, Winter Garden
Park Avenue, Central Park, Winter Park
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