The Chef Jose Andres It is today one of the most recognized international gastronomyand not only because of the culinary awards or the Michelin stars that endorse his work in several of his restaurants in the United States, but also because of a noble Humanitarian work which he officially launched in 2010 with his non-profit organization, World Central Kitchenwhich will be known in a documentary that is about to premiere on Disney +.
Directed by Oscar winner, Ron Howardthe headband We feed peopleportrays the mission and evolution of the renowned Chef Jose Andreswho has sought to gather help in different countries for feed communities most in needpassing through countries such as Haiti, North Carolina, Madagascar, Puerto Rico, Washington (where he lives) or Ukraine, where today he is collaborating in support of refugee communities fleeing the war started by Russia.
After a job that has represented 12 years of constant workthe chef originally from Asturias and nationalized from the United States, works every day to obtain what is necessary and deliver thousands of hot meals to people who have suffered from natural devastation or who have been left without food due to the pandemic or conflicts between nations. In this task, chef José Andrés has the support of chefs and cooks of the regions it attends.
Documentary captures humanitarian aid from chef José Andrés
This story that has earned the Chef Jose Andres various awards such as the Basque Culinary World Prize (BCWP) in 2020 and a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize, is portrayed in the documentary film produced in collaboration by Disney+ and National Geographicwhich will be premiered through the Disney streaming platform next may 27.
The Ron Howard tape capture the moments of hard work by chef José Andrés and everyone involved in World Central Kitchenincluding moments of tension for his family that supports him hoping that something unforeseen does not happen while he helps those who need it.
Chef José Andrés has been recognized with the National Humanities Medal in 2010, the James Beard Award in 2011, the National Humanities Medal in 2016 awarded by Barack Obama, among many others, in addition to being included in the list of the 100 most influential in the world according to the magazine Time. The fame of chef José Andrés has transcended borders and today he is one of the culinary icons of the planetinspiring others with these actions.