Must Watch for every Filmmaker – Chef’s Table – ROW (Recommendation of the Week)

Why every filmmaker should watch The Chef’s table on Netflix. I give my reasons as to why it is one of the most eye opening series in regards to the filmmaking process.

If you ever wanted to know how to be inspired to turn the filmmaking industry on it’s head, this is it.

The Chef’s Table (Season 1 Episode 1) teaser – available on Netflix now:
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2 thoughts on “Must Watch for every Filmmaker – Chef’s Table – ROW (Recommendation of the Week)

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      I don’t want speak poorly of you Cary but a very quick google search brought up a lot of bad reviews and scam reports. Success in filmmaking is all about building quality relationships, working hard, and always trying to improve. I did not review the website much but it I would probably move past it rather quickly. The fundraising approach seemed a little shady. Is your IPO listed in any market? NASDAQ, DOW, etc.

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