The “dinner and a movie” concept comes to Santa Fe’s Jean Cocteau Cinema (418 Montezuma Ave.) on Saturday, Aug. 24. The theater is screening the Southwestern favorite Tortilla Soup and has recruited a couple local chefs to come up with something more than popcorn and sodas to accompany it. The 2001 comedy-drama tells the story of three grown sisters trying to live at home with their father (Héctor Elizondo), an exacting Latino chef who is slowly losing his sense of taste. The film is a loose remake of Ang Lee’s 1994 classic Eat Drink Man Woman. Chef Andrea Abedi and Chef Honey J. Yohalem host this special screening and have paired it with a menu of incredible food items that reflect the film’s particular culinary taste. Tickets are $40 each (including a meat or vegetarian option) and must be purchased in advance by going to jeancocteaucinema.com. Dinner runs from 6:15 to 7pm. The film starts at 7pm.