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What is Reel Food Nights?
Join the Youth Food Movement on Thursday November 28th for our third instalment of the Reel Food Nights series! The event will be an evening of conversation and film at a one-night-only, pedal-powered pop-up cinema in the warehouse surrounds of Pier 2/3 in Sydney's Walsh Bay. Magnificent Revolution will create an off-grid cinema experience using energy created solely by bicycle!
Yup, we made our own film!
Grab a delicious meal from food trucks like The Veggie Patch Van and settle in for a screening of our own Youth Food Movement original short film - exploring our role in the future of small-scale agriculture and localised Sydney food systems by tracing the story behind our food from paddock to plate. We’ll also introduce you to some of the passionate young farmers who feed us.
Food for thought on the night
Your ticket includes a welcome drink - choose from The Apple Thief cider, Rocks Brewing Co. beer, or iced tea from Kettle Town - plus entry to the film screening and an interactive panel discussion afterwards. We’ll be hosting a number of experts from across the food system to engage in a lively dialogue that explores solutions to the most pressing food issues.
This project was made possible by funding from the City of Sydney
We thank our event sponsors and partners for making this project possible
When & Where
Youth Food Movement Australia
Youth Food Movement is growing a generation of young Australians who care about their food choices and are co-creating a more sustainable food future. Their volunteer-powered food projects work with industry, councils and universities in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Western Sydney, Launceston and Wollongong, with more chapters already sprouting up. An estimated 32,000 hours of volunteer time have resulted in 36 events all over the country, engaging a growing movement of over 16,000 young people.