IN SEARCH OF THE HEART OF CHOCOLATE- a filmmaker, a chocolate shop, assorted chocoholics, and lots and lots of chocolate
FEBRUARY 12th, DELANCEY STREET 6:30 & 7:30 PM
600 Embarcadero Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Bay Area filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom is screening her new chocumentary featuring the Bay Area’s own Jack Epstein of Chocolate Covered in Noe Valley, and his customers, Richard Anderson, Suzanne McKee, and many others at the Delancey Street Screening Room, in San Francisco on
February 12th, 2008. Featuring chocolate from Charles Chocolates and Noe Valley Bakery, art by Liz Mamorsky, sound by Robert Berke Sound and animation by Kaitlin Chong, and editing by Anne Flatté, this melt in yourmouth experience celebrates the Bay Area’s finest. A perfect evening for anyone who loves chocolate and film, followed by a delicious chocolate reception by Joshua Charles Catering.
6:30 PM & 7:30 PM SCREENINGS, followed by a chocolate reception. Please reserve seats by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets are $10, and DVD’s will be available for purchase.
“In Search of The Heart of Chocolate is a delicious romp through the rich and creamy, melt in your mouth,passionate world of chocolate. Follow filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom as she searches for the origins of her chocolate obsession, interviewing chocolate enthusiasts along the way, delving into chocolate cake, art, fantasy, chocolate croissants,spirituality, sex, love and hot fudge, and journeying into the past to uncover chocolate’s special place in our hearts.”
Sarah Feinbloom is an award-winning Bay Area filmmaker whose work includes documentaries, dramatic narrative, and fundraising videos. Her film on the religious lives of teenagers, What Do You Believe? was featured on the cover of the San Francisco Chronicle Date Book, and screened at the Mill Valley Film Festival, on PBS, and at festivals nationally and internationally. Recently she completed a documentary on child trafficking in Thailand called Daughters and Sons that was featured on NPR and won the Best Short Film on Child Advocacy at the Artivist Film Festival. Sarah
thoroughly enjoyed making her latest film, a chocumentary-In Search of The Heart of Chocolate, which involved lots of taste-testing and sampling.
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