Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio and Spanish culinary rockstar Ferran Adrià are adding one more honor to their list of accolades. Their documentaryPerú Sabe will be shown at Berlin's prestigious film festival this week.
Perú Sabe will be shown as part of the Berlinale'sCulinary Cinema, which is currently underway and will present a total of 16 food films, including one about the history of the Slow Food movement.
Officially titled Peru Sabe: La Cocina, Arma Social (Cuisine as an agent of social change) the documentary follows the two chefs traveling through Peru learning about the food movement that is taking place in the Latin American country. More than 80,000 young Peruvians are enrolled in culinary classes, which is changing the country's gastronomic heritage.
The film will be presented at the Berlinale on Feb. 15th but you can watch the preview below.
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