The Niagara Falls Museum is tying together food, health and culture in their curated Movie Series. Taking place for free on Thursday Nights (bi-weekly), the museum will be showing the following historically important and critically acclaimed movies:
Film List (all begin at 7pm)
Sept 17th - Babette’s Feast (subtitled)
Subtitled Dutch family film that stars Stephane Audren as Babette. Babette is in charge of preparing a large meal for some of her guests, introducing them to new cuisine and customs through food.
October 1st - Felicia’s Journey
A thriller/horror movie staring the incomparable Bob Hoskins. Hoskins plays a TV chef that becomes obsessed with a female.
October 15th - My Dinner with Andre
This cult classic has little to do with food; the movie revolves around two former friends catching up over a dinner in New York City. Filmed in 1981, this philosophical movie has become a cult classic. Rated PG, although the subject matter is more relevant for adults.
October 29th - King Corn (documentary)
King Corn follows two friends from their comfortable Boston lives to the corn fields of Iowa. The documentary sheds light on the wide usage of Corn in almost every food product and potential health risks on a diet too heavily reliant on Corn and by-products.
November 12th - Big Night
Two brothers have one night to save their fledging restaurant. Follow the duo through a series of flashbacks and live action as they prepare for their big night. Staring Stanley Tucci.
Catch these five free movies throughout fall at the Niagara Falls Museum, located less than five minutes from the Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa. For the best rates at TripAdvisor's #1 rated Fallsview Hotel, visit: