Michelin Stars Documentary Delves Into How Restaurants Earn The Culinary Honor

Posted: Sep 07, 2017



Infamous restaurant rater Michelin Guide is getting its own feature length documentary in Michelin Stars: Tales From the Kitchen. Danish filmmaker Rasmus Dinesen sits down with some of the industry’s most notable figures — Daniel Humm, René Redzepi, Alain Ducasse, Guy Savoy, Andoni Luis Aduriz, and ten other renounced chefs and big-time food critics to hear why the Michelin-star became the pinnacle of culinary excellence.

"Michelin Stars – Tales From The Kitchen" Trailer from Bon Vivant Communications on Vimeo.
Earning a one-star rating is already an accomplishment but reaching three is an achievement worthy of being put on a pedestal. The trailer shows footage of the guide’s director of business, Michael Ellis, calling the restaurants to tell them their star rankings on Michelin day. It intends to delve into the “dark flip side of the shiny coin” that comes with Michelin’s effect. The film will premiere worldwide on September 23, during the San Sebastián Film Festival.

By Isaac Rouse
September 7, 2017
Source:hypebeast.com
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