Flatirons Food Film Festival
The Flatirons Food Film Festival is an annual multi-day feast celebrating exceptional culinary cinema. The events take place in Boulder, Colorado, a city known as the epicenter of the natural foods industry and locus of the American craft brewing renaissance. The festival includes film showings, expert speakers, discussions, and food and beverage-related events.
7:30pm: Meat the Future - $12
The future is here but not yet commercially available, the future being cell-based meat. After the showing, there will be a discussion and Q&A with Liz Marshall, David Kay of Memphis Meats, and Caroline Bushnell of The Good Food Institute.
7:30pm: Program begins/ Introduction
7:40pm: Feature film
9:10-9:45pm: Live Discussion with Q&A
The age of "cell-based" meat is dawning. Follow Dr. Uma Valeti, co-founder and CEO of Memphis Meats, as he works on commercially growing real meat from animal cells in a sustainable way to feed the world in the future without the need to breed, raise, and slaughter animals. Watch Sacred Cow for a contrasting view on lab-grown meat.
Director: Liz Marshall
Runtime: 88 minutes
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