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Our popular Food & Film Series is back! Enjoy the films listed below paired with a delicious meal! Kim Martin, Owner of Eventide Specialties, pastry chef and wizard of all things culinary, member of the Board of Harbor Theater and friend to all, is offering three films with international food and wine pairings. This is a subscription only series, we will not offer tickets sold at the door and this will not include any member discounts. Food & Film Subscribers may select one, two, or all three Food & Film evenings!

Food & Film 2024: Part Two
After the overwhelming success of the first Food & Film series of 2024, Kim Martin and Eventide Specialties are thrilled to announce a second opportunity for cinema and cuisine lovers alike. The upcoming two-part “Soul” series in April and May promises to be an unforgettable culinary and cinematic experience.

Reservations for this exclusive event will open on March 3, with a limited availability of only 50 seats/dinners for each evening. Given the popularity of the previous series, tickets are expected to sell out quickly, so be sure to secure your spot before the March 31 deadline.

Tickets are priced at $15 per person for each evening or $30 per couple, offering fantastic value for an evening of delectable food and captivating films. Purchase your tickets online or in person at the theater for one or both evenings.

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march 18, 6:00 p.m.


6:00 P.M.

Featuring Chocolate Inspired Delicacies

PG13 | 2 hours 1 minute (Romance/Comedy)

When mysterious Vianne and her child arrive in a tranquil French town in the winter of 1959, no one could have imagined the impact that she and her spirited daughter would have on the community stubbornly rooted in tradition. She opens an unusual chocolate shop where her ability to perceive her customers' desires and satisfy them with just the right confection coaxes the villagers to abandon themselves to temptation -- just as Lent begins.
The moral argument may be pat and predictable, but the movie disarms you with its charm and its solid craftsmanship...However familiar, the taste is still sweet, the texture light as a soufflé, the sentiments pleasantly high caloric."
David Ansen


APRIL 15, 6:00 p.m.

6:00 P.M.

Featuring Southern Diner Food

PG13 | 1 hour 48 minutes (Romance/Comedy)

Jenna (Keri Russell) works in a diner in a small Southern town and is a genius at creating luscious desserts, but her marriage to an overbearing lout (Jeremy Sisto) makes happiness impossible. When she discovers she is pregnant, she makes plans to skip town before her condition is obvious. However, she begins an affair with the new town doctor (Nathan Fillion), who is the only one who knows her secret.
"Waitress deserves an essay, not just a review. There are perfect moments that stand out, and the reasons for their perfection are interesting."
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle


MAY 20, 6:00 p.m.

soul food (1997)
6:00 P.M.

Featuring Kim's Variation of Soul Food

R | 1 hour 54 minutes

When Ahmad Simmons' (Brandon Hammond) diabetic grandmother, Josephine "Big Mama" Joseph (Irma P. Hall), falls into a coma during an operation to amputate her leg, it throws the Joseph family into chaos. Ahmad watches as his mother, Maxine (Vivica A. Fox), and aunts Teri (Vanessa L. Williams) and Tracy (Nia Long) struggle to adjust to the family matriarch's sudden absence, fall into old rivalries, share memories, and work to maintain the long-standing tradition of Sunday family dinners.
"A feast for the eye and a tug at the heart -- that is writer/director George Tillman Jr.s' new film, Soul Food."
Rosalind Bentley
Minneapolis Star Tribune