Documentales

EL BULLI. L’ÚLTIM VALS (2011) [CATALÀ]

Sinopsis:

El documental “elBulli, l’últim vals” es va rodar durant l’últim servei, el passat 30 de juliol de 2011, i fa un relat detallat i exclusiu de les últimes hores del Bulli com a restaurant. Ferran Adrià, gran protagonista de la vetllada, es va fer acompanyar pels qui avui són els millors cuiners del món, i que han passat com a stagiers pel Bulli, com René Redzepi (Noma), Joan Roca (El Celler de Can Roca) o el mediàtic José Andrés. El documental, dirigit per Vicenç Asensio, està produït per Visual13 i Minoria Absoluta.

JIRO. DREAMS OF SUSHI (2011) [VOSE]

 
Sinopsis
En el sótano de un edificio de oficinas de Tokio, Jiro Ono, un maestro de sushi de 85 años, trabaja incesantemente en su prestiogioso restaurante Sukiyabashi Jiro. Su hijo Yoshikazu se enfrenta a la presión que supone suceder a su padre y hacerse cargo de tan legendario restaurante. Entretanto, Jiro persigue incansable su búsqueda de la pieza de sushi perfecta. (FILMAFFINITY)

DECODING FERRAN ADRIÀ (2006) [INGLÉS]

SinopsisNew York City chef/author Anthony Bourdain is invited to film the research laboratory of Ferran Adria, the most controversial and imitated chef in the world—chef/owner of El Bulli, voted “World’s Best” by Restaurant Magazine and the most visited by chefs on sabbatical. The lab, an ultra modern, Dr. No-like facility with sliding walls, backlit ingredients, latest equipment and a full staff of devotees is tucked away inside a vast, renaissance-era palace in the old section of Barcelona, Spain. Adria and his chefs close the El Bulli restaurant for six months out of ever year to work on new concepts. Bourdain tracks Ferran’s process from lab to a once-in-a-lifetime meal at El Bulli restaurant, enjoying a high-concept, surrealist, haute cuisine meal of unparalleled creativity and striking visual appearance.

MONDOVINO (2004) [VO con subtítulos en INGLÉS]

Sinopsis:

Jonathan Nossiter, cuyo segundo film “Sunday” ganó el Gran Premio del Jurado de Sundance, también es sommelier, consultor y escritor de vinos. Así, con el conocimientos del tema y el talento como realizador, Mondovino es un aclamado documental en el que Nossiter recorrió durante 3 años tres continentes filmando el mundo del vino desde su vertiente de negocio familiar, generacional e industrial, reflejando todos los procesos de producción, distribución y consumo de este producto universal y milenario. (FILMAFFINITY)

FOOD INC. (2004) [ESPAÑOL]

Sinopsis:

Una ácida y crítica mirada a la industria alimentaria en Norteamérica. (FILMAFFINITY)

EL BULLI HISTORIA DE UN SUEÑO (2009)

Sinopsis:

“elBulli, Historia de un Sueño”, escrito y dirigido por David Pujol, es un recorrido de más de diez horas de duración cuya realización, guión y montaje ha sido supervisada por el propio Ferran Adrià. Desde la creación del restaurante a cargo del matrimonio Schilling en 1963 hasta la llegada en 1984 de Ferran Adrià, desde los problemas de identidad de los primeros años hasta la consagración mundial de la última década, desde la cocina tradicional hasta las espumas, esferificaciones o el trabajo con el nitrógeno líquido, elBulli, Historia de un Sueño es un ambicioso proyecto imprescindible para quienes han tenido la suerte de visitar alguna vez el restaurante pero también para todos aquellos amantes de la cocina que aún no han podido hacerlo y que quieren saber cómo se ha gestado el que es, según los medios especializados, el restaurante más revolucionario del siglo XXI. (información de la distribuidora) (FILMAFFINITY)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 1 (2012) [VOSI]

Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 2 (2012) [VOSI]

Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 3 (2012) [VOSI]


Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 4 (2012) [INGLÉS]


Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 5 (2012) [INGLÉS]


Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 6 (2012) [INGLÉS]


Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

A BITE OF CHINA EPISODIO 7 (2012) [INGLÉS]


Sinopsis:

A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿) and narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏). It first appeared at the China Central Television in May 14th, 2012, and quickly gained much popularity.[1][2] Having started filming in March 2011, this seven-episode documentary series introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations all around China.[3] The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. (Wikipedia)

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