Michelin Stars: Tales from the Kitchen

Denmark, 82 Minutes, Documentary, English, Rated PG
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Showings

State Theatre - Screen 2 Fri, Jun 1, 2018 6:00 PM
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Michigan Theater - Screening Room Sat, Jun 2, 2018 3:30 PM
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State Theatre - Screen 2 Sun, Jun 3, 2018 3:45 PM
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Event Info
Film Section:Foreign Documentary
Category:Films
Foreign Documentaries
Ann Arbor
Late Add
Denmark

Description

At a moment in time when humanity is obsessed with food - photographing every dish, worshiping cooks and flaunting trophy meals on social media - this documentary goes under the surface and offers an in-depth, honest and relevant view into the world and every day of Michelin chefs and restaurants.Telling tales from a grand menu of culinary temples as well as digging into the greatness and flaws of Guide Michelin in this golden age of gastronomy. Because we share a great love for the industry that also includes a realistic understanding of things behind the picturesque scenes of the - perhaps - greatest, most creative and dynamic industry in the world.
Sponsored by Hillary Murt and Bruce Friedman

Additional Information

Special guest appearance by Thomas Lents, a local Michelin Star Chef !

Thomas Lents is the Executive Chef of the Detroit Foundation Hotel, overseeing all food and beverage concepts including The Apparatus Room, Chef’s Table (voted Detroit Free Press Restaurant of the year this year) and the hotels in-room dining program. Originally from Battle Creek, Michigan, most recently, Lents served as executive chef at Sixteen Restaurant in Chicago. While at Sixteen, Lents earned critical recognition both nationally and regionally, with the restaurant receiving two Michelin stars, five-diamonds from AAA, five-stars from the Forbes Travel Guide, four-stars from Chicago Tribune, and four-stars from Chicago Magazine. In addition, Lents was a finalist for the Jean Banchet Awards for Culinary Excellence in 2014, and a semifinalist for the prestigious James Beard Foundation award for "Best Chef: Great Lakes" in 2015.