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What if Our Favorite Directors Made Food Tutorials?

What if Our Favorite Directors Made Food Tutorials?

Ever wondered how Werner Herzog makes eggs? How Stephen Spielberg cooks his Thanksgiving turkey? Whether Ingmar Bergman would put pork in his collard greens? How Tommy Wiseau would prepare his infamous glass of hot water? Well if these thoughts have ever crossed your mind, food stylist David Ma has a special treat for you with his #foodfilms series. This beautifully shot and styled selection of food tutorials re-imagines the popular internet trend by placing some of the most famous directors on Earth behind the camera.

These shorts perfectly encapsulate each iconic director’s style. Wes Anderson’s s’mores are whimsical, sweet, and overtly stylized; Alfonso Cuarón’s pancakes are epic and very, very shiny. Quentin Tarantino‘s spaghetti and meatballs leans heavily into the splatter and (pun intended) the spaghetti westerns that the bad boy director loves so much; And Micheal Bay‘s waffles? Well they’re as messy and explosive as you’d expect from the man who’s bought us five Transformers movies.

Wes Anderson’s S’mores

Alfonso Cuaron’s pancakes

Quentin Tarantino’s Spaghetti and Meatballs

Micheal Bay’s Waffles

David Ma is clearly onto something here. These stylish, super cool videos are a perfect fusion of food and film! He also has some pretty rad superhero influenced stuff on his site including this fantastic image of Iron Man preparing a delicious looking steak.

Which of these delectable dishes are your fave? Who would you want to see make your most beloved comfort food? Would you love to see more directors starting to mix food and film? Let us know in the comments!

Videos: David Ma

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