We Feed People
As a chef and entrepreneur, whose collection of restaurants includes the double-Michelin-starred minibar, José Andrés is renowned for his innovative small plate, avant garde approach to fine dining. He is also a humanitarian, the founder of the World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit dedicated to feeding survivors in the wake of natural disasters and other catastrophes. Helmed by acclaimed director Ron Howard, this uplifting documentary traces the humble beginning of Andrés’s endeavors and reveals the profound impact he and his talented band of volunteers have in bringing relief to dire situations. Based on the simple premise that even during crises, people have a right to food security, clean water, and good meals, Andrés, and his team shine a bright light during the darkest of times.
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Ron Howard began his career as a child and young adult actor, most famously portraying Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show (1960-1968) and Richie Cunnigham on Happy Days (1974-1984). He made his feature directing debut in 1977 with Grand Theft Auto. Since then, he has been a prolific presence behind the camera in a variety of genres. Among his films are Cocoon (1985); Parenthood (1989); Backdraft (1991); The Paper (1994); A Beautiful Mind (1991), for which he won Best Director and Best Picture Academy Awards®; The Da Vinci Code (2006); Frost/Nixon (2008), for which he received Best Director and Best Picture Oscar® nominations; The Beatles: Eight Days a Week (2016); Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018); Rebuilding Paradise (2020); and Hillbilly Elegy (2020).
Director Ron Howard
Executive Producer Michael Rosenberg, Louisa Velis, Carolyn Bernstein, Nate Mook, Richard Wolffe
Producer Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Meredith Kaulfers, Walter Matteson
Editor Andrew Morreale
Cinematographer Kris Kaczor
Music Sami Jano
Print Source National Geogrphic