The screening of Ramen Shop will be paired with a workshop in the Food Core event series, which is dedicated to feeding our collective knowledge about basic ingredients. The third edition, dedicated to one of ramen’s most essential ingredients—the egg—will be presented by Chef Gita Seaton from Crew Collective Café and hosted by journalist Ève Dumas.
Doors: 5:30 PM
Screening: 6 PM
Food Core: 8 PM
Cinéma Paradiso passport: $175 (includes access to all the events of the series)
Taxes and fees included
Where: Space A + Espace Plateau (1st floor)
SINGAPORE, JAPAN, FRANCE | ORIGINAL VERSION: JAPANESE | SUBTITLES: FRENCH
Masato, a young Ramen chef, leaves his hometown in Japan to embark on a culinary journey to Singapore to find out the truth about his past. He uncovers a lot more than family secrets and delicious recipes.
Director: Eric Khoo
Cast: Tsuyoshi Ihara, Takumi Saitoh, Seiko Matsuda
Duration: 89 minutes
With Chef Gita Seaton and journalist Ève Dumas.
Food Core is an invitation for Montreal foodies to taste, explore and learn, thereby contributing to our collective knowledge of food staples. It is a collaboration between a chef and a scholar to present a basic food item before it has been overly processed and demonstrating how it can transform in magical ways. Together, our presenters will break it down to its basic chemical components, explore its social and historical contexts and surprise us with its possibilities.
In a playful gourmet environment and with a democratic approach, participants will be invited to explore the featured food hands-on and explode preconceived ideas around it: Where does it come from? What does it say about us? What directions can it take us in?
This edition will explore the egg as a basic ingredient.
Please note that the workshop will be held in French.
Be sure not to miss out by getting your Cinéma Paradiso passport, which gives you access to all the events of the series.