COOKING AT THE WORLD’S END invites us to embark on a journey through all that defines Galician cuisine. Documenting a land and a people endeavoring to unravel the delicate balance between tradition and modernity, the film presents us with both new and traditional dishes from preparation to stovetop to table. When crisis hits the prestigious chefs’ association of Galicia, Grupo Nove, members contemplate the outlook of their group’s future. Director Alberto Baamonde Bello depicts these chefs’ successes and sacrifices as they passionately hone their craft, all the while offering audiences a window into the silent revolution of Galicia’s nouvelle cuisine.
DIRECTED BY ALBERTO BAAMONDE BELLO
SPAIN | 2015 | SPANISH W/ ENGLISH SUBTITLES | 94 MINUTES
Set against the beautiful backdrop of Galicia’s coastal provinces, COOKING AT THE WORLD’S END invites viewers to embark on a journey of the senses. Documenting a land and a people rich in passion and culture, the film follows the rise of Grupo Nove, an association of leading chefs who joined forc...