Food and Film in Nova Scotia


WOLFVILLE, N.S. — Nova Scotia’s foodies and film buffs are preparing for the bi-annual Slow Motion Food Film Festival, which runs from Nov. 11 to 14 at the Al Whittle Theatre in Wolfville, N.S.

 “It’s all happening in the heart of the beautiful Annapolis Valley, a centre for Slow Food culinary awareness and agri-tourism related activities in Nova Scotia,” said Michael Howell, the festival’s organizing director.

The festival promises to provide a unique opportunity to feast on films about food, wine and other Slow Food principles. The schedule includes feature-length movies, shorts, emerging films, classics and international award winners, including Kings of Pastry. Other films on the bill include, Cooking History, A Matter of Taste and El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, an inside look into Spanish chef Ferran Adrià’s kitchen and his innovative techniques.

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