From Toto’s spaghetti in Miseria e Nobiltà to the sumtuous meal in Babette’s Feast, films have always spoken about food. Hence the exhibition will be inaugurated with a grand party at Turin’s National Museum of Cinema. Screenings, DJ sets and food and wine tastings will make this a night not to be missed.
Live set by Mao
Screening of scenes from great food-themed films. The scenes will be introduced by Steve Della Casa, film critic, writer and co-presenter of the Italian radio show Hollywood Party.
Lella Costa in Babette’s Feast
Comic actress Lella Costa o ers a reading of Babette’s Feast, one of Danish writer Karen Blixen’s most emblematic stories, the lm version of which, directed by Gabriel Axel in 1987, became a cult for all food lovers. In an age in which food has become a veritable obsession, Blixen’s words are an invitation to rediscover and protect concepts such as time, everyday life and celebration.
+ Mao Dj Set
Tastings courtesy of Il Palato Italiano. Cocktails courtesy of Gin Mare and Vermouth Carlo Alberto
The Mad Dog Social Club
from 10 pm to 3 am
Via Maria Vittoria, 35/A
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