THE SUGARLOAF PRESENTS ITS INAUGAURAL MOVIE CLUB NIGHT ON THE BIG, BIG, BIG SCREEN IN BROOKHALL AT MACREDDIN VILLAGE. ONE FOOD DOCUMENTARY, ONE FOOD MOVIE, TOGETHER WITH SLOW NIBBLES, SLOW WINE AND SLOW FRIENDS. SUNDAY 27TH JUNE AT 4PM. CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org TO RESERVE NOW
€10 FOR MEMBERS, €15 FOR NON MEMBERS.
End of the Line followed by Bottle Shock
End of the Line is made by people who are clearly very well informed. It was conceived by the environmental writer Charles Clover; you can feel, as you watch, that this is someone who’s been intrepid in his research. It’s a bit like a thriller. We see every stage of the market, from criminal boats on the high seas to the expensive eating houses in Japan and London. It’s very courageous and witty.
Director Randall Miller delicately composes Bottle Shock as a cinematic love letter to California’s wine country, where he shot the film in its sun-soaked entirety. Based on a true story, the film reveals America’s initiation into and contribution to vinification, along with the brave and enterprising artisans who love nothing more than to bottle it.