Food and film are coming together in the West End next month.
The Reel Tasty experience is part of the World of Film International Festival (WoFF) which runs November 2-5.
In its 10th edition, the festival is partnering Fallachan Dining to combine a gastronomic offering with the best of independent cinema.
Cinema-goers will sample specially-curated foods inspired by the films as they sit down to a special movie showing.
Reel Tasty piloted in 2022 as a single event and is now expanding over two evening sessions on Friday, November 3, and Saturday, November 4.
Both events will take place at the Grosvenor Picture Theatre in Glasgow’s West End.
Fallachan Dining creator and head chef Craig Grozier is in charge of curating a unique menu of food pairings, inspired by the films screened on both nights.
Guests are offered "a gastronomic adventure utilising the best of seasonal Scottish produce, while simultaneously watching the feature and short length films that inspired it", according to organisers.
The programme includes the latest Cannes Film Festival’s Best Director winner The Taste of Things, starring the legendary Juliette Binoche.
We are excited to bring new and exciting things to our audiences - from great films from around the world and great local talent, to interactive experiences like Reel Tasty ...
The film will have a special preview during the event, with a set theatrical release for late December. It has also just been announced as France’s Oscars submission for 2024.
The second night will include a series of multi-awarded short films, including the Glasgow-shot Bitter Taste, Harry Holland’s Last Call starring Tom Holland and WoFF veteran Stefano Da Fré’s first feature length film Stolen Dough, based on the true story of Italian-American chef who invented the first Stuffed Crust Pizza, whose precious recipe was stolen by Pizza Hut.
The festival takes place at multiple venues including The Grosvenor Picture Theatre, The Alchemy Experiment and Film City Glasgow.
Martin Petrov, festival founder, said: “As we enter a second decade into our festival’s journey, we are excited to bring new and exciting things to our audiences - from great films from around the world and great local talent, to interactive experiences like Reel Tasty where one can try out inspired top notch gastronomy from local chefs paired with the best of world cinema.
“We are also committed to our educational content for youth, and to expanding our work with schools and young audiences, who are just shaping their taste in cinema.”
- Tickets are on sale on woffglasgow.com, and there are options for film & dining only, or accompanied by a champagne and wine pairing.