Orchard Road Cuisine

Documental 2017

Roberto Acosta

High cuisine in Mexico has taken an important role in the implementation of urban orchards, offering products of high quality, with higher nutrients and without chemicals as pesticides. This tendency also seeks that people all over the country implement this method in their own homes. Lily Foster, the general manager of Urban Orchards, has a future vision for the proliferation of community orchards in cities, using spaces such as roofs buildings as a food method that benefits the habitants, generate oxygen and recycle 40% of the Garbage that is generated in cities.
AN ACT OF RESISTANCE MEJOR CORTO INTERNACIONAL The Perennial Plate Call it by its name BECA VFS Digital design Christ Matamoros Felsine BECA VFS 3D animation & visual effects Francisco Daniel Cabrera Guzmán Prejudices 3° CAMPAÑA Alex B. Balzaretti In 1 minute 2° CAMPAÑA Roger Gómez Don´t Wasty 1° CAMPAÑA Carlos Bernal Valle y Rodrigo Herrera Niembro Eat us 3° ANIMACIÓN Ana Carolina Orozco López ¿What is sustainable alimentation? 2° ANIMACIÓN Tonatiuh Moreno Moravilla 1° ANIMACIÓN Rodrigo Cuadriello Garza A small great idea 3° FICCIÓN Alex B. Balzaretti Three sisters 2° FICCIÓN Uri Espinosa Cueto October again 1° FICCIÓN Sofia Auza Sierra Orchard Road Cuisine 3° DOCUMENTAL Roberto Acosta One hundred and eighty pounds 2° DOCUMENTAL Juan Pablo Rojas The origins of flavour 1° DOCUMENTAL Marcela Moreno González Within Time Premio Alimentación Sustentable Nicole Vanden Broeck 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011