October 1, 2023 San Francisco Premiere of The Art of Eating at the Vogue Theatre, SF. There are two screenings – 1pm and 5pm and there is a VIP Reception at 3pm. Tickets are now on sale at MFKFisherFilm via Eventbrite.
October 1- Vogue Theater, San Francisco at 1pm and 5pm.
October 2-3-4 – Smith Rafael Film Center, San Rafael at 7pm
October 16 – Grand Lake Theater, Oakland at 4 & 7:10
October 18- Elmwood Theatre, Berkeley at 4pm & 7pm
Coming in November: Alameda, Sebastopol, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, Napa, St. Helena, Sacramento
September 30, 2023 – Glen Ellen, CA Glen Ellen Historical Society Fundraiser Click here
Filmfest DC April 27, 2023 Washington DC Premier
Sonoma International Film Festival, March 24, 2023
Santa Barbara International Film Festival Feburary, 12, 2023
2023 Palm Springs International Film Festival
The Art of Eating show dates were January 12 and 13, 2023.
Mill Valley Film Festival
The Art of Eating: The Life of M.F.K. Fisher had its World Premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival on October 11 &13 in association with San Francisco Litquake.
Devour! and Indie Memphis Film Festival
Indie Memphis Festival Director Miriam Bale offered an extensive interview with Gregory after the screening. At the Devour! Food Festival, producer Gary Meyer was in conversation with chef/author Bob Blumer.
Last House Luncheon
On November 4 , Bezat, Meyer, Kennedy Fisher Golden, and NPR host and author Clark Wolf joined food writer Marion Nestle for a very special lunch prepared by the girl & the fig at Fisher’s Last House on the Audubon Canyon Ranch Bouverie Preserve in Glen Ellen.
Newport Restaurant Week Foodie Film Festival
The Art of Eating was the Opening Night film at the Newport Restaurant Week Foodie Film Festival on November 4 in Rhode Island.
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“I’ve admired many women. They all have what Mary Frances had, which is a kind of confidence in herself to live life the way she wanted.”
“Mary Frances was way ahead of her time, talking about food in a way that people had not done before.”
“Are you even here for your one precious life? And if so, what are we going to have for lunch?”
“She’s telling you to pay attention to every sense and she does it in a very feminine way.”
Jerry Di Vecchio
“She has the gift of putting her feelings in your heart.”
“Her writing was beyond any one generation. For me it was eye opening.”
“If it hadn’t been for James Beard and Julia Child and M.F.K. Fisher and Jacques Pepin, I don’t know where American Cuisine would be today.”
“When I think about M.F.K. Fisher, she’s the antithesis of what’s happening in the food world today, where everything is so competitive — it’s more impersonal.”
Gayle Pirie and John Clark
“She can really conjure an image very quickly, and she does inspire you. As a young cook this was everything.”
Voice of M.F.K. Fisher