|Director||Jason Cortlund, Julia Halperin|
AMOA-Arthouse and Edible Austin present the film Now, Forager. Artist Nick Cave scavenges everyday materials and transforms them into sculpture. Now, Forager (2012) is a narrative film whose protagonist scavenges wild mushrooms and transforms them into dinner. Experience this debut Austin screening with a feast prepared by Alamo Chefs and a talk-back after with co-directors and producers Jason Cortland and Julia Halperin.
Lucien and Regina are foragers - they gather wild mushrooms and sell them to New York restaurants. They live simply, according to the seasons. When Regina seeks more stability, their marriage is put to a test.
Your ticket includes both admission to the event and the following NOW, FORAGER inspired menu with drink pairings.
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