Devour! The Sea
Join the world’s largest food film festival as we pair up with the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic for the ultimate east coast collaboration. Featuring some of Nova Scotia’s most renowned chefs and delicious local ingredients paired with wines and films, the evening is sure to create a feast for the senses.
Jason Lynch, Le Caveau Restaurant
Shane Robilliard, Fox Harb’r Resort
Mark Gray, Battery Park Beer Bar
Craig Flinn, Chives Canadian Bistro & 2 Doors Down
Renée Lavallée, The Canteen
David Smart, Bessie North House
Andru Branch, Dartmouth North Community Food Centre
Proceeds from the event will go to Devour!’s designated charity of choice, Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. Don’t miss out on your chance to kick off spring with Devour! along the beautiful Halifax Waterfront.
Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets at the event to further support the initiatives of the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. Amazing prizes include–One roundtrip flight for two guests to any regularly scheduled WestJet destination*! (No cash value. Blackout dates and restrictions apply), a Benjamin Bridge Private Estate Tour & Tasting for 12 people, two tickets to this year’s Devour! The Food Film Fest Opening Gala Evening, two rounds of golf at Fox Harb’r Resort including cart and a $50 credit towards a post-golf meal at the Willard Lounge, a Fogo Island Inn Gift Basket featuring Fogo Island Inn wooden wares and more! This is just one of the many ways you can support the work of the Centre onsite, tickets will be sold throughout the evening for $10 each or 3 for $25. (Cash & cheque only onsite).
Devour! The Food Film Fest is an international festival celebrating cinema, food and wine culture. The five-day festival takes place in the culinary epicentre of Nova Scotia – the town of Wolfville, Kings County. The festival is an experiential celebration of food on film, the culture of food and the dramatic impact it has on our day-to-day lives.
Note: Dress is business casual. Parking is a challenge around the museum due to construction downtown.