MICHELIN STARS: TALES FROM THE KITCHEN | 82m | 2017
Directed by Rasmus Dinesen
Produced by Globus Aps for DR, ZDF/ARTE and NHK in association with SRF, RTS, Channel 8 and Juno Films
Language: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese with English subtitles
All chefs dream of a Michelin star, and those who have one (or more), work tirelessly to keep this distinction. Michelin Stars goes behind the scenes to see how the stars are awarded, to talk to the chefs who work tirelessly to maintain their status, and the impact of the little red book on the world of haute cuisine.
The film is a thoughtful and elegant meditation on creativity, business, and the art of perfection, chronicling the inner-workings of the culinary world through the eyes of the chefs, the critics and their customers. Featuring Alain Ducasse, Daniel Humm, René Redzepi, Andoni Aduriz, Yoshihiro Narisawa, Victor Arquinzoniz, Guy Savoy and many others.
HOSTS: (mamafilm mother/founder) Lela Meadow-Conner + (AFI Festival Programmer) Eric Moore
with Special Guest Natasha Ghandi-Rue (Chef/Owner) of The Kitchen Wichita. Grab your Aperitif or Digestif and join us we chat about the history of the Michelin Star, the lack of women and diversity in the fine-dining world, and the future of the restaurant industry.
Michelin Stars may very well add to that body of knowledge, and even give us an intimate glance at the inner-most thoughts of the featured chefs—in the trailer Daniel Humm, whose Eleven Madison Park was voted the best restaurant in the world this year, even admits, “Michelin three stars, it is something that you don’t even try to dream of.”