Source: Tasting Table
If you were to scroll through a list of the most popular food films and documentaries over the past few years, you won’t find a lot—if any— titles where a woman is the star (even “Chef’s Table: Pastry” is dominated by male leads).
But in her latest project, “The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution,” filmmaker Maya Gallus is putting the spotlight exclusively on the female chefs who are rewriting the norms of the restaurant industry.
“That shouldn’t be radical,” Gallus told The Toronto Star about her all-female cast. “But it is.”
Read the story at Tasting Table.
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