Getting some inspiration on fantastic, under the radar films and what to eat while watching them is what you can expect from flick & feast. Whether you’re looking to dine out or in, visit a movie theatre or binge at home, we have some suggestions for you.

Who runs this thing, anyway?

Hello there! I’m Stephany Babson, the person behind the blog. I’m a communications professional and video producer, and in my free time I basically just watch films and eat or cook. I can also be found planning my next round(s) of film watching, eating and cooking.

Grainy and blurry, right? You betcha!

This blog is a project for the “Foundations in Digital Communications and Social Media” course I’m taking through University of Toronto Continuing Studies.

Why should you listen to me?

As I proudly proclaim to whomever will listen, I don’t profess to be an expert on anything. You’ll find me at small community theatres, the Toronto Film Festival and at far too many restaurants, but I’m just a fan.

I really love food and film and hope that you do too. This blog is just for fun. So let’s be silly and enjoy ourselves, shall we?


Flick & feast is a blog that has been developed for learning purposes and for harmless enjoyment.

There is no intent to monetize this site and its content in any manner. No monies or free stuff of any kind has been received from restaurants, film promoters or services that are mentioned.

We try to only use photos that are the property of flick & feast. Where we use photography or assets supplied from others, permission will be secured in advance and full credit will be given on the blog.

All music used in videos and podcast episodes is royalty free.

Comments are moderated and any form of abuse, bullying or other deplorable behaviour will not be tolerated.

If you have questions or suggestions for this blog, please contact stephanybabson@gmail.com or drop us a line in the comments section. We would love to hear from you!