San Sebastian Film Festival 2015

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Adn Du Ceviche (Country: Canada; Year: 2015; Director: Orlando Arriagada)
A gastronomic voyage revealing the cultural and historical wealth of Peru guided by one of its favourite dishes: ceviche.
The Birth of Saké (Country: US, Japan; Year: 2015; Director: Erik Shirai; Writer: Erik Shirai)
Traditional and labor-intensive, the production of Saké has changed very little over the centuries. This documentary follws the artisans who have dedicated their lives to carrying on this increasingly rare artform follows the round-the-clock process for six straight months, offering a rare glimpse into a family-run brewery that’s been operating for more than 100 years.
Campo A Traves. Mugaritz, Intuyendo Un Camino (Year: 2015; Director: Pep Gatell)
Documentary about the world famous Spanish restaurant Mugaritz.
Cooking Up A Tribute (Country: Spain; Year: 2015; Director: Luis Gonzalez, Andrea Gómez; Writer: Jesús de la Vega, Luis Gonzalez, Javier Gullón, Andrea Gómez; Stars: Joan Roca, Jordi Roca, Josep Roca)
Making its way through four American countries, the team from El Celler de Can Roca pays homage to the cuisines of Mexico, Peru and Colombia, personally reinterpreting their ingredients and traditions.
Kampai! For The Love Of Sake (Country: US, Japan; Year: 2015; Director: Mirai Konishi; Stars: Kosuke Kuji, Daisuke Suzuki, Mitch Fortune, Philip Harper, Akira Yoshida, Ryoichi Itsukaishi, Hiroshi Kuji, Chizuru Doi, Cat Ford-Coates, Takashi Mori, John Gauntner, Gill Warden, Haruo Matsuzaki, Yoshito Kinoshita, Ken Furukawa)
Documentary profiles a British sake brewer, an American journalist who has published multiple guidebooks on sake, and the young president of a centuries-old Japanese sake brewery who wants to make changes to his family legacy.
Little Forest: Winter/Spring (Country: Japan; Year: 2015; Director: Jun'ichi Mori; Writer: Daisuke Igarashi, Jun'ichi Mori; Stars: Ai Hashimoto, Mayu Matsuoka, Yôichi Nukumizu, Karen Kirishima, Takahiro Miura)
Ichiko lives in Komori, a tiny village in northeastern Japan. She moved out to the city once, but felt lost there and returned. With no supermarkets or convenience stores nearby, living in Komori is like living off the land. Based on a popular manga
Noma My Perfect Storm (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Pierre Deschamps; Writer: Pierre Deschamps)
Documentary film about the celebrated chef René Redzepi set against the backdrop of the Copenhagen-based restaurant, Noma.
Sergio Herman, Fucking Perfect (Country: Netherlands; Year: 2015; Director: Willemiek Kluijfhout; Writer: Willemiek Kluijfhout)
At the height of his culinary career, master chef Sergio Herman feels he needs to let go of his 3-star restaurant Oud Sluis in order to fulfill his dreams.
Wanton Mee (Country: Singapore; Year: 2015; Director: Eric Khoo)
After finding out that his home is slated to be demolished, Koh Chun Feng, a middle-aged food critic whose career is starting to wear away at him decides to explore his life and the progress of Singapore through local food.

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