Curiously minded? Get to know the Australian food system over a pint and a plate at the pictures as part of Brisbane’s inaugural Brisbane Film Feast.
Kicking off with a screening of 4 documentaries from both Australia and overseas, Brisbane Film Feast brings together food and film to kickstart conversations about how we as consumers, can help build a more sustainable food future.
Bring your own blanket, enjoy the river view and take home a FREE goodie pack to get you started on your journey.
And if it takes more than that to pry you from your house on a Saturday afternoon, we’ll be cracking open a heap of healthy and delicious local food stalls to boot.
Alongside shining a light on some of the underlying problems in our food system, Brisbane Film Feast will offer up valuable take-home ideas to inform your eating habits and help you take a step forward in building a more sustainable food future for Australia.
Workshops and interactive happenings for kids and the young at heart will also be on the menu.
Brisbane Film Feast is brought to you by Brisbane Youth Food Movement – the first sprout of YFM Australia - a national volunteer-led organisation that aims to build the skills, knowledge and experience young people have around food.
FYI: Both screenings show the same series of 4 films and take home packs are only for ticket holders.
Screenings are approx 1.5 hours with a short interval in between.
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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.