FoodxFilm Festival is a new global, virtual festival of food-related documentary films and series, mostly full-length, that examine social issues, agriculture, the environment, the sea and the future of food. It starts on Sunday and continues on Oct. 2 and 3. Among the films are “The Taste of Desire,” a global look at oysters; “When Tomatoes Met Wagner” about Greek farmers in a small village; and David Chang’s series made by Morgan Neville, “The Next Thing You Eat.” Several panels to discuss food issues will be part of the festival. It is free of charge but registration is required. The films and panels are available to stream on the festival’s website for 24 hours after they appear. The festival was created by the Guild of Future Architects, in association with the Rockefeller Foundation, and is supported by the United Nations Food Systems Summit, the World Food Forum, and Good Food for All.
FoodxFilm Festival, foodxfilmfestival.org.