Friday night see two documentaries, Baking Bread, about a Korean-American family who invites an Iranian friend to prepare a final meal for their dying father; and Fresh, a film focused on the production and distribution of healthy food that is good for people and good for the planet. A panel discussion follows with Marty and Kris Travis from Spence Farm and Chip Kennedy from 5Flavors. Slow Food Springfield is a local group of ecologically-minded people concerned with sustainability, food taste, small growers and artisanal producers, our physical environment and biodiversity.
Slow Food Springfield Film Festival
Friday, Jan. 29
Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation
745 Woodside Rd
$5, free for students with ID