From Shore To Farm To Fork: Aran Island’s Goats’ Cheese
Directed by Marie Elliott
Gabriel Faherty makes goat cheese on the Aran Islands while being as sustainable as possible.
Marie Elliott teaches courses in scriptwriting and film and video production at Middle Tennessee State University. Her professional interests include study abroad, VR, and documentary production. Her short films have won numerous regional awards and have had several international screenings.
She is Chair of the Writing Division of The Broadcast Education Association. In 2014-15 she was awarded fellowships by The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The International Radio and Television Society, and The National Association of Television Producers and Executives.
In her spare time she enjoys traveling to distant lands, section hiking the Appalachian Trail, and spending time with her husband and three cats and two dogs. She worked in the film industry in Atlanta, GA from 2004-2011 and is a native of South Charleston, West Virginia.
Ken Kobre / Food & Wine On Film / United States, France / 2017 / Documentary, Food, Wine / 31 minsA documentary in English, shot in Europe and the US "La Revolution du Rosé: How a ridiculed wine became a winner" tells the story of how rosé wine suddenly became a 'serious' wine, especially among winemakers themselves. Plays with Born of Stone and From Shore to Farm.
EcoCinema, Arts In Film, Food & Wine On Film / 110 minsRosé... is, well, Rosé. Chèvre is goat cheese... and Vernet? Joseph Vernet is a remarkable 18th century French painter whose painting of sea ports, skies, seascapes and working people set a new bar for French painting. His work is the inspiration for our Closing Night film "FRENCH TOUR - Tour de France" with Gérard Depardieu. Come to the films and Reception Friday afternoon and see reproductions of Vernet's French Ports series. After the films, Robert Rex of Deerfield Ranch winery will discuss his philosophy of Rosé and we will sample a taste of his rosé as well as Ashton Vineyards Rosé of Syrah.
Emilio Bellu / Arts In Film / Italy / 2016 / Documentary / 15 minsCompleted just a few weeks before Sciola’s recent passing, Born of Stone is an immersion inside the sights and sound of remarkable artists, and inside his belief that stones are not just the material that gives shape to the universe, but that they are alive, plastic, a fundamental way to communicate with nature