The Joys of Eating Together
We’re excited to share with you our latest series of shorts for FOOD NETWORK channel. Cooking is a valuable and fun way to spend time with family and loved ones and it is precisely what Scripps International wanted us to get across. For it to be authentic, we got together with four international foodies and asked them to consider what family dinner time looks like to them.
The strength of this campaign is the culinary diversity of our talented individuals, bringing to the table traditional dishes from India, Africa, Russia and Japan.
Shout out to The African Chef, Malcolm Riley; Indian Chef Romy Gill MBE; founder of KinoVino Alissa Tioshkina; and Japanese chef, Yoki Gomi.
- Director: Aine Casey
- DOP: Canny Richardson
- Executive Producer: Caroline Yearsley
- Post Production: Ed Moorhouse, OCP
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