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Culinary Cinema
Febiofest continues with the last year's successfully introduced symbiosis of culinary-cinephile-epicureanism in connecting gourmet films with exclusive dinners prepared by star chefs. Culinary Cinema is named after a Berlinale event and takes place in collaboration with the festival. The trio of films peeks under the lid of chefs' work and their stories are connected by love for food and its preparation, which is both a drama and art. As an appetizer, we will serve The Chicken, the Fish and the King Crab – the first “gourmet thriller” which follows Jesús, an ambitious Michelin-star-winning chef, during the Bocuse d'Or competition – an international cooking Olympiad. He travels to fjords in Norway for the best catch of fish and ponders successful strategies for the prestigious competition, from the best ingredients to presentation, which is a piece of art on its own. Michelin Nouvelle Cuisine follows after the film, prepared by Jiri Kral, the holder of Michelin Bib Gourmand. The second dinner, also prepared by Jiri Kral, is a trip to the world of Asian flavours, and is preceded by A Tale of Samurai Cooking – a historical love story of the talented and sassy Haru who marries into an influential family of samurai-chefs, whose art is passed from father to son, but whose new husband would rather wield a sword than a kitchen knife. Inspired by true events, the Japanese film offers a fresh romance interspersed with the traditions of Kaga cuisine, which has survived for centuries. In Trattoria, an independent American film, Sal is opening a new Italian restaurant, hoping it will become one of the best in San Francisco. He trains his estranged son in the restaurant business and their journey towards success peeks behind the curtain of the shiny, harsh business, spiced up by comments of actual chefs. Chef Alexander Koppe, from Germany, whose restaurant holds the Michelin that Sal longs for in the film, will serve his Italian menu after the screening. The luxurious, multi-course dinners inspired by films will be served directly after the screenings in the adjacent Andel's Hotel Prague, and the host of the gourmet experience will provide a professional commentary on the delicious flavours. Bon appétit!
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