Location: Al Whittle Theatre - Main Date: Friday, November 6, 2015 Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pmPrice: $12.00 - Buy Now
Ain’t No Fish
Holy mac-ker-al! Wish for a catch ev’ry day and you’re wasting a wish, for Some days there just ain’t no fish.
UK/USA, 2014, 4 minutes
Directors Mike Cash & Tom Gasek
Confessions of a female butcher.
USA, 2015, 3 minutes
Director Allison Milligan
The Oyster Men
A beautifully shot portrait of the oyster divers of Long Island, New York.
USA, 2015, 4 minutes
Director Peter Crosby
Verrückt: The Snail Farmer of Vienna
It’s totally normal to leave your professional career and become a snail farmer, right? Andreas Gugumuck grows the ultimate in slow food and supplies the top restaurants in Vienna.
USA, 2015, 4 minutes
Director Kevin Longa
Two artisan stallholders’ worlds are flipped upside down upon the arrival of a villainous fast food truck.
USA, 2014, 7 minutes
Director Robert Grieves
Sweet Sexy Ocean
This character-driven piece sheds light on the red sea urchin business in San Diego, the beauty of southern California and the passionate life of an urchin diver.
USA, 2013, 18 minutes
Director Alexander Finden
So, two sausages are tanning on a beach and [insert joke here].
USA, 2014, 6 minutes
Director Carlo Vögele
You Say Texas, I Say BBQ
Texans loves BBQ and Aaron Franklin is their darling. There’s a reason people lineup at 7 a.m. for brisket at this infamous Austin hotspot.
USA, 2013, 10 minutes
Director Erica Robert Pallo
The Benevolent Butcher: Bacon
Food pornography is at its best when it involves bacon and steak.
USA, 2012, 1 minute
Director Scott Pitts
Kubo Dzamba believes he has the answer to world famine: he’s aiming to save us one cricket at a time.
Canada, 2015, 16 minutes
Director Michael Allcock
A father’s attempts to pass along the family fish soup tradition to his filmmaker son.
Canada, 2015, 10 minutes
Director Rami Katz
Drying shrimp in Louisiana: a portrait of the dwindling remains of a family business that’s been impacted by massive oil spills.
USA, 2015, 7 minutes
Director Katrina Albright
This delightful animation gives a whole new meaning to slice and dice.
USA, 2014, 2 minutes