Haute Cuisine (2012)

“Hortense Laborie is a celebrated chef living in the Perigord region. To her great surprise, the President of the Republic appoints her as his personal cook. She accepts reluctantly but once she has accepted her nomination, Hortense works her heart and soul to produce both a stylish and authentic cuisine. For a while, she manages […]

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The Happy Poet (2010)

A poet who starts a health-conscious food stand finds support from his friends, as well as a potential love match with one of his customers. But will unexpected complications jeopardize his dreams of a hot dog-free future?

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Step Up To The Plate (2012)

In 2009, the three-Michelin-stars French chef Michel Bras decides to hands his restaurant over to his son Sebastien, who has been working with him for 15 years. Step up to the plate tells the story of these extraordinary dishes prepared by a father and a son, in the hilly landscape of Aubrac region. We follow […]

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Food, Inc (2008)

Robert Kenner’s documentary paints a pretty negative picture of farming and food production in the US. From his perspective, it’s all rotten: the food’s unhealthy, the methods harm the environment and neither animals nor people get fair treatment in the system. Food, Inc also suggests rectification via organic and sustainable farming.

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Three Stars (2010)

Three Stars depicts the daily drama of life in the world’s finest restaurants including exclusive interviews and intimate access to some of the world’s most talented chefs as they work in their gastronomic laboratories, hunt for exquisite ingredients in local markets and gather rare edible plants along rough coastlines. Hachmeister’s camera reveals the kitchen rituals […]

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The Trip (2010)

When Steve Coogan is asked by The Observer to tour the country’s finest restaurants, he envisions it as the perfect getaway with his beautiful girlfriend. But, when she backs out on him, he has no one to accompany him but his best friend and source of eternal aggravation, Rob Brydon.

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