Van Toffler's Gunpowder & Sky has taken the worldwide distribution rights to Alexandra Cuerdo's documentary "Ulam: Main Dish."
The film was chosen by late culinary titan Jonathan Gold as a special screening for the inaugural Los Angeles Times Food Bowl in 2017. Gold called the film a "love letter to Filipino cooking in America."
The festival player, a celebration and account of the Filipino food movement rising on the U.S. 1 before hitting numerous streaming video platforms. culinary scene, will begin a limited theatrical release on Dec.
“A rising tide lifts all boats. I hope ULAM inspires people to be proud of their immigrant heritage, to trust that there is an audience for diverse stories and to push for representation on all fronts — in our kitchens, in our theaters and in our own lives," Cuerdo said in a statement.
favorite Eggslut and the Usual; Food and Wine's 2018 Restaurant of the Year winner Chad and Chase Valencia and their shop Lasa; Nicole Ponseca and chef Miguel Trinidad, creators of New York City's Maharlika and Jeepney; and Angeleno Andre Guerrero of The Oinkster, Maximiliano and The Little Bear. Subjects include celebrity chef Alvin Cailan, creator of L.A.
"Main Dish" was produced by Kidlat Entertainment, Cuerdo, John Floresca and Rey Cuerdo.” />