We ate lunch at Crisis Cuisine - an open Kitchen project where people in the process of migration cooked for the Lübeckers and the Cinemagoers. The project is supported by money donations from the diners and food donations from the local community.
I've been running into variations of this form of kitchen at more and more events - food is free and people donate what they feel they can afford to make it work. I like the "lived solidarity" that this embodies (and the food was really tasty).
I've linked the films we watched in an earlier post so I won't do it here again. Suffice it to say they were all superb, it would be pointless to rank them as they were all different genres (that was deliberate).
It was also great to be able to speak to the directors (three of them women) afterwards about their films.
I'll be going again next year!