The San Francisco premier of Antonio Roman-Alcala's film Search of Good Food will be this week at the Recology Company Headquarters, 900 7th Street, near Townsend and Berry Streets. It's an exporation of where our food comes from. Antonio interviewed me for the film, about the history of food movements in the Bay Area, and assures me that he left some of the interview in the final cut.
The film will be part of a double feature, with The Greenhorns, which is about organic farmers who are just starting to farm.
The event is free, though donations are gladly accepted. On both Thursday, May 19th and Friday, May 20, the event begins at 6, with "food and hanging out." In Search of Good Food will be shown at 7, followed by filmmaker discussion, and then The Greenhorns at 8.
Food, beverages, and popcorn courtesy of Bi-Rite Market.
You can read more about Roman-Alcala's film at insearchofgoodfood.org.