A CHEF FOR DALÍ (ESPERANDO A DALÍ)
FRI 10 | EVERYMAN | 17:00 | Subtitled
1970s Spain, a talented chef, Fernando, arrives at ‘The Surreal’ beach bar, Cadaqués, home to artist Salvador Dalí, and their paths cross to create a new culinary genius. Deliciously fun! FC
EVENT: Local, seasonal after- hours pop-up supper at The Farmgate Café, English Market.
TUE 14 | TRISKEL | 18:00 | Subtitled
Mouthwatering and joyful, can a humble Neapolitan pizzeria achieve the first Michelin Star for pizza whilst retaining its vital role as the soul of its community? FC
EVENT: Volcano Pizza, Neapolitan sweet treats and refreshments pop-up at NeighbourFood Apple Market.
THE TASTE OF THINGS (AKA THE POT-AU-FEU)
SUN 19 | EVERYMAN | 15:00 | Subtitled
A Belle Époque feast for all the senses, Juliette Binoche and Benoît Magimel serve up gastronomic marvels with a moving tale of love. FC
EVENT: Cave-à-manger style French dining and wine pairing at L’Atitude 51.
WED 15 | TRISKEL | 18:00 | Subtitled
Peruvian superstar chef Virgilio Martinez embarks on an expedition through his native Peru to investigate the origins of its ingredients and re-evaluate his life, his restaurants, and the sustainability of food production post-pandemic. FC
A post-screening panel discussion will be facilitated by food writer and journalist Joe McNamee, with Cork Michelin Star chef Takashi Miyazaki; Virginia O’Gara, co-founder of My Goodness; and Dr. Barbara Doyle Prestwich, Head of Plant Science, UCC.
Showing as part of our Green Screen strand. Presented in partnership with UCC.
Walking Tour: Culinary and Film Heritage
SUN 19 | THE ENGLISH MARKET (Meeting Point) | 12:00
Explore the Festival and our city on foot the Cork Film Trail Walking Tours: Culinary and Film Heritage Walking Tour hosted by Regina Sexton, UCC Adult Continuing Education lecturer, food writer, culinary historian, broadcaster and cook.
The English Market, Grand Parade
CIFF Walking Tours are supported by Cork City Council’s Community Heritage Grant Scheme.
About Culinary Cinema
With Cork being the gastronomic capital of Ireland, it’s only natural that CIFF has a Culinary Cinema strand focusing on film and food! Our aim is to provide a memorable cinema and culinary experience that is unique to Cork, allowing audiences to immerse themselves both in discovering wonderful new films about food, and tasting the best that our hospitality scene has to offer.