Mediterranean Delicacies add some flavour to the Film Fest
(Cape Town, October 2014) Fulfilling the title as Design Capital of the World 2014, Cape Town born entrepreneurs, Devin Herd and Julia Stephenson, launched their fourth annual Short & Sweet Film Festival. The series of screening events, ever growing in popularity, showcased in Cape Town throughout the month of October. This year Mediterranean Delicacies accompanies with a culinary offering, creating a delicious ensemble.
This neo-grunge, visual-auditory stimulating gathering caters ideally for the scene of art lovers and independent film seekers, redefining cinema as we know it. The scene is set at the German Club in Cape Town, adorned with camo walls dripping in gorgeous art and interesting installations, vintage projectors, Chappie pictogram, old-school popcorn machines, #tapasfortwo Mediterranean Delicacies Deli, and a Gin bar featuring none other than Lord Hendricks and his fine lass.
Ideal for dim-lit lap-dining the MediDeli #tapasfortwo offers a unique combo of sweet chili-topped cream cheese, tzatziki, renowned Mediterranean Delicacies humus, and marinated sun dried tomatoes (otherwise known as “Vegan Biltong”), accompanied by freshly baked olive ciabatta and crackers; a perfect sharing snack pack for the artsy film-fest lovers.
Fitted with a “LUME room” interactive art installation, for those looking for a tactile experience of something completely unique, check out Short & Sweet! To get more information on ticket options for the double Gin or MediDeli tapas-for-two combo and dates go to https://www.facebook.com/shortandsweetcapetown/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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