Local Chefs Showcase Asian American Cuisine To Kick Off San Diego Asian Film Festival’s 20th AnniversaryEat + Drink Chew The Scene participants to create original dishes inspired by Asian American descent and Asian immigrants in San Diego
The San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF), presented by Pacific Arts Movement (Pac Arts), announces the 6th Annual Chew The Scene. This film and food event serves as the official launch party for the 20th anniversary film festival – the largest showcase of Asian cinema on the West Coast.
The community will gather to celebrate with the cuisine of 20 San Diego chefs, restaurateurs and bartenders at the San Diego Natural History Museum.
This celebration kicks off the 20th anniversary of the San Diego Asian Film Festival, a centerpiece of Asian American culture in San Diego. Film buffs, festival goers and foodies will enjoy unlimited tastings from local restaurants, sip on specialty cocktails and have a first-look at the film lineup of this year’s SDAFF before it is released to the general public.
CONFIRMED PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS:
Filipino Desserts Plus
Hunter’s Home Kitchen
Leaf It B
Realm of the 52 Remedies
Tito Boy Project
Zen Modern Bistro
WHAT TO EXPECT
First release of film festival line-up
Announcement of award nominees
Juried food and drink sampling made by chefs from local restaurants
ABOUT THE SAN DIEGO ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL
Pacific Arts Movement (Pac Arts) is the most comprehensive portrait of Asian and Asian American cinema in North America. Located in San Diego, California, Pac Arts is the presenter of the annual San Diego Asian Film Festival, the largest showcase of Asian cinema on the West Coast, and the Spring Showcase of Asian Cinema. The 20th SDAFF is scheduled for November 7-16, 2019. For more information, visit http://pacarts.org.
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