Thursday, November 22, 2007
Come out and support Good Food, at a series of benefits for the film project In Search of Good Food! In Search of Good Food is a documentary series in the making, which explores the emerging “sustainable” food system in California by traveling the state, interviewing those who are working hardest to bring ecologically friendly, socially just, and straight up tasty food to your plate.
Three events offer options to express your support for this project:
Thursday, December 13th at El Rio (3158 Mission St) will feature three musical guests: Cotillion, Psychedelic Folk featuring members of the Botticellis and Bright Eyes, Conspiracy of Venus, an all-female a cappella choir, and Jeremy Dalmas & You, interactive musical experimentation. The trailer to In Search of Good Food will also be shown. This is an early show (5-9pm), so if you have plans to continue on rocking into the late night, why not start it off here? And if you don’t have plans, stick around for the BraziLive dance party that starts at the stroke of nine!
Saturday, December 15th 7-11pm at Million Fishes Art Collective (2501 Bryant St), will present you a 5-course fully organic meal courtesy of celebrity chef Leif (pronounced “life”). Enjoy musical accompaniment by Hannah the Raven and Divas de Los Muertos while you chow down (slow food style) and digest happily while watching the trailer to the film. Only 45 spaces are available, so RSVP to reserve a ticket (which are $40-$100).
Sunday, December 16th 2-4pm visit the film’s director/producer Antonio Roman-Alcalá at San Francisco’s largest farm, the Alemany Farm. Antonio will be presenting the concepts behind the film and conducting a tour of the farm to describe how his work at Alemany Farm inspired his quest to seek answers about who and what really is the “sustainable food system”. This event is free, but donations will be graciously accepted.
Call 415 571 6660 for more info.
To RSVP write firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on event locations (all in San Francisco), check out:
Posted by Antonio at 11/22/2007