Bread

Direction
Year
2020
Country
  • Austria
Duration
94min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

This film will be available from February 12th, 7pm to February 14th, 7pm.

Once merely a basic foodstuff, bread has now become a brand-name product with ever more varieties and suppliers. But do we know what we are actually eating every day? The film BREAD: AN EVERYDAY MIRACLE takes us on an enlightening journey into the world of bread and its production today. We meet traditional artisan bakers and cereal farmers who can vouch for quality and sustainable ingredients. Director Harald Friedl also shows us the baking factories of transnational food corporations, who go to great technological lengths on their mission to recreate authentic taste. Industrially produced bread is fast becoming an artificial product. How can the craft of baking survive? And what will the bread of the future be like?

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Details

  • Original title
    Brot
  • Direction
  • Cast
    Georg Öfferl, Lukas Uhl, Hans-Jochen Holthausen, Christophe Vasseur, Karl de Smedt, Apollonia Poilâne
  • Duration
    94 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    • Austria
  • Colour
    • Colour

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