New Festival in Singapore to Highlight Films on Food


Anonymous, a multidisciplinary design studio behind the celebrated Design Film Festival in Singapore, will return this year with an all-new event in the city-state called FoodCine.ma, a film festival solely dedicated to highlighting films about food. The event is set to take place from April 29 to May 14 and will showcase the Southeast Asian premiere of Noma: My Perfect Storm, a documentary that captures the journey of renowned Danish chef René Redzepi who is behind the widely successful Denmark-based Noma, which has recently set up camp in Sydney for a 10-week period pop-up program. Directed by Pierre Deschamps, the film runs for a total of 95 minutes and follows Redzepi through his struggles in reinventing Noma and bringing it to the level of success it has managed to reach today. Other films to be screened at the festival are yet to be anounced, but tickets for Noma: My Perfect Storm can already be purchased on their website for US$10.

For more information, visit Noma.

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