Deconstructing Dani Garcia

Asia Premiere | 72 mins | Spanish Cuisine | PG13

SYNOPSIS

In 2014, the high-flying and high-profile Dani Garcia finds his restaurant closed and his acclaimed career at stake. Shot over the period of a year, the film watches the haute cuisine chef through a remarkable process of personal and professional reinvention as he creates a new restaurant.

Screened together with short film, The Last Artisans of Japan Part 2 by Jeremy Valender.

INFORMATION
  • Director Iñigo Ruiz
  • Runtime 72 mins
  • Language Spanish (Eng Subs)
  • Subject Spanish Cuisine
  • Rating PG13
REVIEWS

"365 days with Dani Garcia that start at the most complex of his professional life, from the end of his time in New York and begins its greatest uncertainty."

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España Gastronomia

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"It must surprise many to know the crossroads where the Malaga cook a little over a year was found..."

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Gastronomía&Cía

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"The Malagueno in his first documentary showing how he lived through the closing of Calima and opening two new restaurants..."

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7 caníbales

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OFFICIAL SELECTION 2016