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Introduction by Film Critic Walter Chaw

In this critically acclaimed drama set in the 1820s, a skilled cook travels west to seek his fortune. He finds true connection with a Chinese immigrant fortune-seeker. The two collaborate on a successful but risky food business. After the showing, there will be a discussion and Q&A. Daily Camera Dining Critic Clay Fong will lead the discussion with co-lead actor Orion Lee and Professor and Culinary Historian Ken Albala of the University of the Pacific. 

For live viewers:

  • 7:30 pm Program begins
  • 7:40 pm Feature film
  • 9:40 pm Break
  • 9:45-10:20 pm Live Discussion with Q&A

For ticket holders who tune in for the live Festival premiere of this film, The Post Brewing Co. restaurants in Boulder, Lafayette, and Denver (Rosemont) will offer a pre-ordered smoked wild boar hash dinner for viewers to eat while watching the movie. For more information on Flatirons Food Film Festival food offerings, click here.

Those watching after the live events have occurred may do so at their convenience. A recording of the discussion will be available to begin streaming until midnight on Feb 5th.

Note: R Gallery in Boulder is showing an in-person and online exhibit of art by Colorado artists inspired by Festival films, including First Cow. Kim Roberts and Paul and Elena Jones are the artists for First Cow.

Join the FFFF Virtual Lounge Facebook group to share your Festival experience with other Festival viewers. Talk about your favorite movie. Recommend a spirited discussion.

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    4 minutes