In restaurant kitchens, tight quarters, high pressure and hot tempers combine to create toxic conditions that make it difficult for anyone to survive, let alone climb the ladder to head chef. For women, the situation is even worse. Running a successful restaurant is a daunting challenge, even more so when the odds are stacked against you. But as women take charge at more of the world's top dining establishments, a cultural shift is dismantling the macho environment that made celebrities out of "bad boy" chefs. From New York City's star chefs Anita Lo and Amanda Cohen to the queen of French cuisine Anne-Sophie Pic, seven chefs share their struggles to overcome a system of inequality and harassment while delivering delicious dishes and redefining the dining experience. An appetite for change has taken hold and there's no turning back.
Join us for a Q&A with Director Maya Gallus, hosted by restaurant and food journalist Sudi Pigott.
Screening as part of Hot Docs London - bringing a selection of favourites from the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, exclusively to London 26 - 28 Oct.
Screening supported by