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FoodFilmFestival – Aarhus

Aarhus-Central Denmark, European Region of Gastronomy awarded 2017 (Denmark)

FoodFilmFestival is the first Nordic festival to combine food and media. Every year the festival opens its doors to events filled with inspiration, new documentaries, food films and media combined with culinary experiences. FoodFilmFestival focuses on the UN’s global goals on food, sustainability, health and climate change, on new medias and art, documentaries from international film festivals and, not least, tastings from Europe’s Gastronomy regions. Since 2016, FoodFilmFestival has successfully introduced young and upcoming filmmakers to a wider audience through film screenings, collaborations, workshop and dinners.

Girona Film Festival – Girona

Catalonia, European Region of Gastronomy awarded 2016 (Spain)

The Girona Film Festival takes place annually during the last week of September in the historic city centre of Girona. Specialised in stimulating talent and creativity, for 32 years now, this event has managed to gather and highlight skilled creators from all over the world, providing them with opportunities to increase their self-esteem and self-criticism. During five days, the Festival showcases over 200 film premieres (mainly shorts) in the city theatres and 200 more films in cultural centres, representing all cinema industries from across the globe.

Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival – Trondheim

Trondheim-Trøndelag, European Region of Gastronomy awarded 2022 (Norway)

Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in Norway, with more than 30 000 annual visitors. The festival is held annually in March, and fills the cinema centre with a specially curated film program for seven days. The festival was founded in 2005, and has since become an important arena for quality film in Norway. Kosmorama strives to have a culturally and geographically diverse film program, and wishes to provide our audience with new perspectives on the world and times in which we live in.

EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival

Portugal

The EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival aims to honour and celebrate creativity, innovation, and change initiatives, that enhance the knowledge of the world and the sense of appreciation for the human essence and environmental beauty. A catalysing agent for regeneration-based tourism industry transformation, EATSA-ATFF fosters and promotes the engagement of good practices and the creation of socially equitable, environmentally respectful, and economically sustainable tourism models. Organised by the Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association (EATSA), the Festival adopts the set of principles underlying the Manifesto for the regeneration of the tourism sector.

ART & TUR International Tourism Film Festival

Portugal

Since its first edition in Barcelos, in 2008, ART&TUR Festival has effectively accomplished its mission of making the world acquainted with the best audiovisual tourism productions made in Portugal and, reciprocally, showing the Portuguese the best tourist cinema productions worldwide. As a forum for sharing experiences, ART&TUR Festival has earned high international recognition, thanks to the quality and quantity of films it distinguishes every year.

The Food Film Menu 2021 is organised by IGCAT

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