Latest Films From Zev Robinson @ Eden Court Sunday 20th May

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Thursday May 17 2018

On Sunday, May 20, Eden Court in Inverness will be presenting director Zev Robinson's two latest films about food and sustainability in the Highlands that started during his artist residency at the Cromarty Arts Trust last year.

The Black Isle is about local food production in and around the Black Isle while The Fish in the Sea looks at the issues of fishing and sustainability on the west coast of Scotland

The films will be introduced by the director and followed by a Q&A with some of the interviewees on hand to participate in it.

Tickets available here - Inverness, Eden Court, May 20

http://bit.ly/foodfilmsedencourt

Follow by a Glasgow screening at the CCA, May 23

http://bit.ly/FoodFilmsGlasgow

Zev Robinson is a Canadian-British artist and filmmakers, started directing documentaries on food and sustainability in 2008 while living in Spain which then evolved into his art, film and food project The Art and Politics of Eating that has shown internationally.

After highly positive responses from audiences in Edinburgh, New York, Toronto and London, the two films about Scotland are now being shown in the area where it all started.

 

 

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