Fine Cut Season 15, Episode 5 | KCET
Fine Cut Season 15, Episode 5
Fine Cut, KCET's festival of films, presents some of the finest documentaries, comedic, dramatic and animated short films by filmmakers from renowned film schools throughout California.
- "88 Miles to Moscow"
Directed by Karen Gleinke (UCLA)
- "Ink & Paper"
Directed by Ben Proudfoot (USC)
- "A Family Like Mine"
Directed by Katherine "Tia" Kearns (Idyllwild)
Like carefully selected spices to a classic Indian dish, The Mahendro family contributes something special and significant to their restaurant Badmaash and to the city of L.A.
Echo Park's Tsubaki, Sonoko Sakai, Wild Live Seafood's Seiichi Yokota and Spago Beverly Hills aims to introduce Angelenos to the unique spirit of Japanese hospitality and the culture's deep culinary customs.
Meet the scientists and chefs working to ensure the health and well-being of our nation’s finest, even as they are challenged by the toughest terrains and harshest conditions in the world.
Walk the halls of the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). Spend time with Chef Ludo Lefebvres’ lieutenant, Will Marquardt, Army veteran and Chef de Cuisine at Petit Trois, as well as Top Chef Master Neal Fraser owner of downtown L.A. restaurant Redbird.
Travel to Santa Barbara Island, one of the eight Channel Islands, to learn about the history and nature of this beautiful place from its only human resident.
In this episode, a 49er RV park, an air museum, and the Eureka elk catch Huell's eye.
Porto’s Bakery in Glendale is a family-owned and operated business with roots in Cuba. Join Huell as he samples Cuban sandwiches, guava pastries and decadent cakes.
On St. Martin's Lane in London, a popular spot for street performers, a busker works a poor girl into his act.