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2022. 70th Edition
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La Huella, historia de un parador de playa / La Huella. The Story of a Beach Bar/Resto
Alessio Rigo de Righi
Argentina 
Twenty years ago, three friends in the flower of their youth met to take up a challenge: to build on the beach of a small Uruguayan village a beach restaurant like the ones that used to exist in the 50s. Pure simplicity and honesty. A wood and straw ranch on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, where tales of Argentina, Uruguay, sea bass, silverside, the great artist Pedro Figari,...

Twenty years ago, three friends in the flower of their youth met to take up a challenge: to build on the beach of a small Uruguayan village a beach restaurant like the ones that used to exist in the 50s. Pure simplicity and honesty. A wood and straw ranch on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, where tales of Argentina, Uruguay, sea bass, silverside, the great artist Pedro Figari, fishermen, good wines, Francis Mallmann and the omnipresent fire, toasts and friendship as their starting and finishing point interweave.

Opening Night Film
Mibu. La luna en un plato / Mibu. The Moon on a Dish
Roger Zanuy
Spain 
Documentary film opening the doors to one of today's most influential restaurants, Mibu, hidden away in a spot where classic Japan meets cosmopolitan Tokyo. The Ishida husband and wife duo tell us their story and share their sources of inspiration with the spectators. All told by some of the world's greatest chefs who have been touched by Mibu: Ferran Adrià, José Andr...

Documentary film opening the doors to one of today's most influential restaurants, Mibu, hidden away in a spot where classic Japan meets cosmopolitan Tokyo. The Ishida husband and wife duo tell us their story and share their sources of inspiration with the spectators. All told by some of the world's greatest chefs who have been touched by Mibu: Ferran Adrià, José Andrés, Massimo Bottura, Joan Roca, Andoni Aduriz, Oriol Castro and Albert Raurich.

Tsuchi wo kurau junikagetsu / The Zen Diary
Yuji Nakae
Japan 
Tsutomu lives alone in the mountains, writing essays, cooking Zen food with the vegetables he grows and the mushrooms he picks in the hills. His routine is happily disturbed when Machiko, his editor and love interest, occasionally visits. Tsutomu seems content with his daily life. On the other hand, he still hasn't let go of his wife's ashes, although she died 13 years ...

Tsutomu lives alone in the mountains, writing essays, cooking Zen food with the vegetables he grows and the mushrooms he picks in the hills. His routine is happily disturbed when Machiko, his editor and love interest, occasionally visits. Tsutomu seems content with his daily life. On the other hand, he still hasn't let go of his wife's ashes, although she died 13 years ago...

Closing Night Film
Virgilio
Alfred Oliveri
Argentina - Uruguay 
Virgilio Martinez is much more than a chef, he is an artist. Although his Central restaurant in Lima, Peru, is considered to be the best of the decade in Latin America and number 2 in the world, and his wife Pía León is considered to be the world's best female chef, his inspiration, research and creative work goes much further than these recognitions. Virgilio is an explo...

Virgilio Martinez is much more than a chef, he is an artist. Although his Central restaurant in Lima, Peru, is considered to be the best of the decade in Latin America and number 2 in the world, and his wife Pía León is considered to be the world's best female chef, his inspiration, research and creative work goes much further than these recognitions. Virgilio is an explorer of Peru's different regions, giving its origin to the revolutionary concept of the "World in Altitudes", based on the elevations of the earth that forever changed the way local gastronomy is seen in today's world.

Xiao shan he / Nostalgia
Peng Chen
China 
At the age of 25, Qinghe returns from Shenzhen to her hometown, which has taken on a new look, prompting her to start a business. During the days spent with her grandmother in the countryside, Qinghe recalls what happened in the old house. She remembers her father, who died early, forgives her mother, who remarried, and finds comfort in her two friends.

At the age of 25, Qinghe returns from Shenzhen to her hometown, which has taken on a new look, prompting her to start a business. During the days spent with her grandmother in the countryside, Qinghe recalls what happened in the old house. She remembers her father, who died early, forgives her mother, who remarried, and finds comfort in her two friends.

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