Food & Farm Film Fest at the Rio
Join 18 Reasons and the Rio Theater for a special on-the-road presentation of our 2014 opening night shorts program. We are excited to partner with the Rio, a locally-owned independent theater located on the banks of the Russion River. The Rio also happens to have an acre of lawn that’s just perfect for a picnic supper before the show. We will be serving grilled sausages with a seasonal salad and Josey Baker bread starting at 5. The films will begin at 8. Come enjoy a summer afternoon by the river, followed by some of our favorite films from this year’s fest.
Your ticket includes supper and entry to the films. Wine and beer will be for sale on site. To claim a vegetarian meal, please enter the code “Vegetarian” at checkout.
Salad of spring greens, carrot, radishes, fresh edible flowers and honey citrus dressing
Grilled sausage with oregano sauce and/or sriracha mayonnaise
Josey Baker Bread
“Brown-Eyed Suzi” cookies
Homeward (Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine, 4 min)
Japanese Knotweed Quiche (Aube Giroux, 3 min)
Beekeeper, made by hand (Keith Ehrlich, 6 min)
Wurst (Carlo Vogele, 6 min)
Josey Builds A Bakery (Najeeb Tarazi, 15 min)
Purest Poison (Jamie DeWolf, 5 min)
Waiter Duty (Jason Wolos, 11 min)
Sriracha (Griffin Hammond, 32 min)
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