A still from The Biggest Little Farm by John Chester.
Photo: NEON/Courtesy of Sundance Institute.
Photo: NEON/Courtesy of Sundance Institute.

Eat Farm Burger, watch a documentary about a farm at Food on Film event

Food and movies collide at an Atlanta Film Festival event this weekend.

The festival’s Food on Film event features a screening of “The Biggest Little Farm,” a family-friendly documentary about a couple who try to transform a depleted plot of land into a utopian farm outside of Los Angeles. 

Following the movie, local grassfed burger chain Farm Burger will serve up a variety of its farm-to-table menu items at an after party at the Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge. 

Ticket options include a film only ticket ($13 in advance/$15 at the door) or the film and party ticket ($23 in advance/$25 at door). Both the screening and after party are free to festival badgeholders. 

The Atlanta Film Festival runs from April 5-14. Read more about the festival here.

Noon, April 7. $13-$25. Plaza Theatre, 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta. atlantafilmfestival.com


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