SoFAB Media produces and distributes a curated slate of filmed entertainment, publishing projects, and other media that support and advance the mission of the SoFAB Institute. Projects include the development and production of motion pictures, both narrative and documentary, television programs, new media content, and interactive digital media, including gaming and other gallery- and web-based applications.
SoFAB Media’s signature digital project is Nitty Grits: The International Culinary Dictionary, the world’s first online, truly global, interactive culinary resource.
Among the division’s published offerings is OKRA, an online magazine featuring work from a wide-ranging field of authors writing on a broad spectrum of culinary subjects.
Culinary Legacies is a television series featuring food and drink luminaries. Guests include celebrated chef and restaurateur Leah Chase and pioneering seafood retailer Al Scramuzza.
Among SoFAB Media’s current filmed projects are Kaffir Boy: There Lies Hope, the cinematic adaptation of Mark Mathabane’s bestselling autobiography, and Serve, its accompanying documentary, both produced in association with Hill & Brand Entertainment; Marmite: Taste of a Nation?, an examination of the quintessentially British foodstuff; Some Grind of Wonderful, a whimsical look at life behind and beyond the coffee bar; and The Secret Life of Mitch Spinach, an animated television series adapted from the children’s book series, produced in association with Hill & Brand Kids and Cookie Jar Entertainment.