By Gaetano Kazuo Maida Ignore the misleading title. The film opens with what appear to be two Chinese military observers speculating on the work and fate of an expedition that they have been watching from afar through telescopes. One says, “There was a pack of wolves at the summit… he went to photograph them, the […]
by Joan Nathan Every once in a while, you see a gem of a documentary, one that is filmed so beautifully and takes you out of your sense of time and place. THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM is one of those gems
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM is a film that takes us through a wild ride of emotions with the team who have made Apricot Lane Farms a success under the guidance of Molly and John Chester. One of the most important end products is food and they have created many wonderful recipes. EatDrinkFilms is thrilled to […]
by Gaetano Kazuo Maida You might try to resist THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM, a feast of food porn and farming, but just go with it, trust me. It’s a dramatic, studio-class production, with sophisticated nature cinematography, lots of cute animals, bucolic landscapes, idiosyncratic characters, some clever animation, and a Hollywood score, but there’s an intimate […]
by Gaetano Kazuo Maida Do you find ramen irresistible? Love Singapore hawker halls? Can’t get enough of Anthony Bourdain or Chef’s Table? Reread Proust with delight? Ramen Shop has you covered! Here is the taste of food as memory, family, connection, identity… and love.
EatDrinkFilms requested a few recipes from renowned chef Jeremiah Tower and he sent his “Duck with Endive Salad” and “Consommé Marijuana” to tie in with the theatrical release of Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent opening at theaters across the U.S. in late April and early May. Current scheduled openings are here. Read Gaetano Kazuo Maida’ review here. […]