Having already addressed the worldwide problem of food waste, Zero Point Zero, the production company that regularly collaborates with Anthony Bourdain, is about to spotlight varying forms of corruption that plague the food industry.” Other topics covered include inequality in the mass-market poultry industry and “massive criminal exploitation” in American fisheries.
Sports columnist and podcaster Bill Simmons, creator of websites Grantland and The Ringer, is returning to the field of documentary filmmaking with the launch of Ringer Films, according to The Hollywood Reporter.Prior to launching The Ringer, Simmons co-created the 30 for 30 franchise of sports documentaries at ESPN.
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In the face of this relentless nihilism, it's quite an achievement that the new documentary “Wasted!The Story of Food Waste” is so darned entertaining and hopeful, as well as informative.
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The Story of Food Waste, which was released on Oct.The Story of Food Waste.
But in a new film executive produced and starring Bourdain called Wasted!, the documentary makes a convincing case that addressing the problem of food waste will not only help the planet, but keep us eating delicious food for many more years to come.
According to the powerful new documentary film produced by Anthony Bourdain, "Wasted!The Story of Food Waste," one third of all food produced in the United States — 133 billion pounds — is thrown away, uneaten.
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A sneak peek at the doc on the frontlines of the battle against food waste., a feature documentary about battling food waste that the chef/TV star/author/advocate produced with Mission Chinese impresario Danny Bowien.
During the last few years, the rest of the country has awoken to the culinary riches of Los Angeles.Big name chefs like David Chang, April Bloomfield, Daniel Humm, and others are flocking to the city to open restaurants.
Can Anthony Bourdain and a star-studded cast of famous chefs bring light to the global problem of food waste?The Parts Unknown host hopes his new documentary, Wasted!
From black tea leaves, good old teh tarik to funky-flavoured bubble tea, tea drinking has been a part of Malaysian culture for centuries.AGE team is featuring it in its food documentary, The Local Kitchen.
But the deal to send the Cup Series to the Far East signified that NASCAR had ambitions to become a global brand.Featuring interviews with Gordon, Momota, Suzuki, Wallace and other Cup Series notables, the documentary is surprisingly candid and unexpectedly humorous.
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Things to Do in DC This Week (August 28-30): A Dolores Huerta Documentary, a Polish Soccer Film, and Group Therapy for Game of Thrones Fans
Stars, a biopic about Polish soccer player Jan Banaś, plays Wednesday at the Avalon.MONDAY, AUGUST 28
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