Devour! the Food Film Fest honored the winning films with the 2019 Golden Tine awards with the prize for Best Feature Drama going to From the Vine directed by Sean Cisterna.
Devour! The Food Film Fest
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Devour! The Food Film Fest
WHERE: Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Devour! The Food Film Fest is a transformative food and film experience combining cinematic excellence with extraordinary gastronomic activities. The annual five- to six-day festival — the largest food film festival in the world — typically hosts 100+ events, celebrated filmmakers, and high-profile chefs from around the globe. In 2019, Devour! welcomed a record 14,463 food and film lovers to Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The festival has become a destination for celebrities and notable chefs including Anthony Bourdain, Phil Rosenthal, Jacques Pépin, Dominique Crenn, Chuck Hughes, Sam Cass, Michael Städtlander, Normand Laprise, Michael Smith, John Higgins, Gordon Pinsent, Jason Priestley, Lidia Bastianich, and Bill Pullman. Each year, a major icon kicks off the festivities and top chefs from across Canada and around the world collaborate on special dinners inspired by films.
2018 Devour! The Food Film Fest to Present 74 Culinary Films Under Theme “The Power of Food and Film to Transform”
The world’s largest culinary film festival, Devour! The Food Film Fest (Devour!) will present 74 food-and beverage-focused films from 21 countries, running the gamut from eye-opening feature length documentaries to quirky and engaging short flicks at the eighth edition.
Eight Filmmakers from around the globe have become the winners of the coveted Golden Tine Awards as the seventh edition of Devour! The Food Film Fest comes to a close in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Filmmakers from India, Australia, France, USA and the UK were the winners of five coveted Golden Tine Awards as the sixth edition of Devour! The Food Film Fest came to a close in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
The sixth edition of Devour! The Food Film Fest returns from November 2 to 6, in the culinary epicenter of the province–Wolfville, Nova Scotia.