Wolfville, N.S. (September 18, 2014) – Tickets to the much anticipated Devour! The Food Film Fest will be available on Monday, September 22 at 9 a.m. AST through the Devour! website and Ticketpro.
From November 12 to 16, Wolfville, Nova Scotia hosts the world’s largest festival focused on food and film. This year’s program is sure to satisfy every craving, with more than 50 films by some of the most acclaimed directors, chefs from around the world paired with Nova Scotia’s top chefs, 15 industry workshops, five dinners inspired by feature films, and over a dozen experiential events.
“From Wednesday to Sunday, Devour! has something for everyone,” says Devour! managing director Lia Rinaldo. “From feature films to international shorts, daily experiential tours and workshops to nightly inspired dinners and entertainment, each day of the festival provides a jam-packed schedule for every palate.”
The full 2014 program is online at devourfest.com.
Tickets are also available by phone at 1-888-311-9090 and at all Ticketpro locations in Nova Scotia, including Box of Delights Bookshop (466 Main Street, Wolfville), Wilson’s Pharmasave (100 Station Lane, Kentville) and Video Difference (6086 Quinpool Road, Halifax). Please note that Ticketpro outlets accept cash or debit only.
ABOUT DEVOUR! THE FOOD FILM FEST
Devour! The Food Film Fest is an international festival celebrating cinema, food and wine culture. The five-day festival takes place in the culinary epicenter of Nova Scotia – the town of Wolfville, Kings County. The festival is a celebration of food on film, the culture of food and the dramatic impact it has on our day-to-day lives. The fourth edition of Devour! The Food Film Fest is slated for November 12-16, 2014.
ABOUT THE LOCATION
Only one hour from Halifax, the Town of Wolfville and Kings County provide the perfect setting for the festival. It is situated in a rich agricultural area and is also home to one of Canada’s top universities, a number of historic theatres and an assortment of unique local venues that are all within walking distance and are set against the beautiful landscapes of hills, valleys, rivers and the mighty Bay of Fundy.