East Coast Organic stir fry

On a wet, wet Saturday morning we went along to Edinburgh Farmers’ Market to thank East Coast Organics for donating vegetables to add taste, colour and texture to the FEAST filming session.


Despite heavy rain bouncing off the roof, the guys on the stall were amazingly cheerful and people were queuing up to buy purple beetroots, yellow gourds, green beans and all the other healthy stuff they grow on an organic farm near Pencaitland in East Lothian. Every Saturday they are here from around 8.30 am whatever the weather but for the first time anyone could remember the boss, Mike Callender, was away on holiday catching some sun. (more…)

August 21st, 2007 Fay

Trees can’t dance…but chillies can move

Chillies for the FEAST filming session were donated by Trees Can’t Dance as they began to gather this year’s harvest from their two acre site in Northumberland.


Of all places! Against expectations chillies from some of the hottest places on the planet are thriving on a windy hillside in the North Pennines. Between July and December crops with names like Thai Dragon, Korean Hot and Prairie Fire emerge from heated polytunnels to be turned into sauces, oils and ketchups for an increasingly discerning food market. (more…)

August 20th, 2007 Fay

Stage, screen and white van

Thursday, August 9 and the sun shines on Castle Street. With just three weeks to go, Kimho Ip and FOUND visit The Eating Place to plan how to screen the film of the FEAST while the band plays music inspired by the sounds of preparing and cooking Dim Sum. The challenge is to find a way of projecting the film in broad daylight.

Plan A, is to use a white van as a screen (thanks to ECCM for offering the white van!).

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Plan B is to hire a plasma telly. Or two.

We’ll keep you posted.

August 14th, 2007 Fay

FEAST Timelapse

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August 8th, 2007 Alan

Performance at Out Of The Blue

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Many thanks to everyone who came along to the FEAST performance at Out Of The Blue on Tuesday 31 July. The event was a great success.

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Please click on the above online cialis image to see more photos of the night.

Read what Robert Sharp had to say about the night on his blog.

See Michelle Kasprzak’s pictures on Flickr

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What is Feast?

FEAST is a unique Chinese intercultural event to encourage greater understanding between Chinese and Scottish communities through a creative exploration of food, film and music.

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Edinburgh-based band FOUND and Chinese composer / musician Kimho Ip and Dutch saxophonist Filip Davidse gave the first public performance of FEAST at Eating Place food market on Castle Street, Edinburgh on Thursday 30 August. Enjoy the film, the music and stories from behind the scenes  and please come back for more.

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