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Our New View film season kicks off with a study of the brilliant chef Ferran Adrià and his groundbreaking restaurant El Bulli. Available in the UK and Ireland only

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Welcome to day one of the New View film season: a five-part celebration of cutting-edge documentary-making that aims to cover all bases. We're kicking off with El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, a profile of the legendary Spanish restaurant which rose to worldwide renown under chef Ferran Adrià. It pioneered the notion of "molecular gastronomy", won its third Michelin star in 1997, and closed in 2011.

Here's what what Observer film critic Philip French thought:

This film is a memorial to a peculiarly elitist culinary aesthetic where everything is new, original, cutting edge, following the master of "molecular gastronomy" on one of his last big years. The theme of the year is water in all its forms, »

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