CINECHEF: WHERE FILM MEETS FOOD AND FRIENDS - Boulder International Film Festival



Chefs from the Boulder-Denver area are back and ready to showcase their culinary talents, which will be seen through brilliant small plates inspired by this year’s festival films. 


Six chefs from many different backgrounds with loads of expertise will be there to share their work while attendees take in the atmosphere around them at Rayback. The featured chefs include Daniel Asher, Linda Hampsten Fox, Liliana Meyers, Chris Royster, Cesar Tamariz, and Mike Thom. BIFF is still looking for two more chefs from the area, reach out to us if you have a recommendation or are looking to be a part of it.


RayBack Collective is a food-truck park with a lively outdoor party scene. After a long year on lockdown, this is the place to come chat, hear some music, and eat with friends. Rayback combines the idea of a food truck collective with a great backyard party and bar, with space for events and music. 


Rayback’s mission is, “to be a place for all things people. Through our private event space (The Marion), bar and outdoor areas, we aim to host a wide variety of Colorado’s community and interests. All love here.” 


Come get the full cinema experience at BIFF’s culinary showcase. Our sponsors, Francis Ford Coppola Winery and Upslope Brewing, will be serving wine and beer. Special thanks to our other sponsors, Savory Spice Shop in Boulder, ECO Products, and Tebo Properties who will be providing special complimentary event parking.



Go to the TEBO Plaza at 3111 28th Street and see parking attendants for instructions. Rayback is nearby. Limited street parking and the Rayback lot also available.


Tickets to CineCHEF are $100 (in addition to  a service charge). Tickets are not included in the festival pass, however, there is a complimentary ticket for those who are Red Carpet Passholders and donors at $5,000 or more. 


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