Public talk with Carlo Petrini, Slow Food Movement creator

Date

From 23 July 2018

Schedule

19:00–20:00

Place

Garage Screen summer cinema
Public talk with Carlo Petrini, Slow Food Movement creatorPublic talk with Carlo Petrini, Slow Food Movement creator

DESCRIPTION

Before the screening of the film about the charity cafe—createdby chef Massimo Bottura in Milan and the people that the cafe was created for—a unique open public talk will take place with Carlo Petrini, the Slow Food creator and the only Italian who made it into The Guardian's "50 People Who Could Save the Planet"list.

One of the founding fathers of modern gastronomy will talk about his thirty-year fight for the right to slow life, sustainability,and smalllocal producers, about bio-diversity andthesustainable development of the food system. 

The public talk will take place before the screening of the film Theater of Lifeas part of the Eat Film Festival.

ABOUT THE LECTURER

Carlo Petrini is the founder of the worldwide Slow Food Movement, promotingthe slow life philosophy. He started the global farmers' community Terra Madre, and is founder of the first ever University of Gastronomic Sciences in the Italian city of Pollenzo. 

HOW TO TAKE PART

Free admission with advance registration

REGISTRATION