November 19, 2014 - November 22, 2014
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Experience delicious food and great films all wrapped up in one! With a different theme each night, this festival will please all five senses.
Wednesday: Opening Night
- A screening of director Matt Reynold's The Great Chicken Wing Hunt, the full-length documentary about Buffalo Wings and the band of misfits who set out to find the world's best one
- Feast on an all-you-can-eat assortment of the world's best Buffalo wings on the 50th Anniversary of the Buffalo Chicken Wing
- The best hot wing in America, as discovered in Matt Reynold's epic feature, will be in Chicago for ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday: Edible Adventure #012 Sriracha & More
Friday: The Night Aquatic
- Die-hard heat seeking fans won't want to miss this screening of Sriracha, the documentary that traces the origins of everyone's favorite condiment
- The after-party brings the heat with an entire menu of sriracha-inspired dishes
- An evening of sea-centric films including Squid Chips, The Mobile Blues, Sweet, Sexy Ocean, and more
- Enjoy a deep-sea spread of seafood favorites including squid, sea urchin, crab, oysters, and sushi
- Keizo Shimamoto of Ramen Burger fame will be in Chicago to exclusively debut a seafood ramen for the festival
Saturday: The Food Porn Party
- Beer aficionados won't want to miss the craft beer bash with a screening of Craft, a feature-length documentary that takes you on a beertastic voyage to the front lines of the Craft Beer Revolution
- An entire afternoon of craft brews including Lagunitas, sausages, salty snacks, and sweet treats from Chicago, New York, and more
- The notorious (and crowd favorite) returns with an array of saucy shorts and antics from Larry Cauldwell, the world's first Food Porn Star, who returns with his new short film, Balls!
- Brooklyn BBQ Pit Master Billy Durney of Hometown BBQ will be serving his celebrated beef ribs to accomapny George Motz's film, For The Love of Beef Rib
Photo credit: The Food Film Festival