Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 29

WORLD PREMIERE | Like many businesses, the restaurant industry has been hard hit by COVID-19. This timely film, directed and executive produced by Guy Fieri and Frank Matson, intimately chronicles the impact of the pandemic on the restaurants of four chefs familiar to viewers of The Food Network: Antonia Lofaso, Marcus Samuelsson, Maneet Chauhan, and Christian Petroni. Unfolding as the COVID-19 outbreak sweeps across the US, Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line follows these chefs as they face the reality of shutting down, laying off staff, and finding alternate ways to save their beloved restaurants and industry.

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Directors/Executive Producers Frank Matson and Guy Fieri, immediately following the film.

DOC NYC Live event: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 3 ET on Facebook Live – Celebrity restaurateurs Antonia Lofaso, Marcus Samuelsson, Maneet Chauhan, and Christian Petroni join filmmakers Guy Fieri and Frank Matson to discuss how their industry is struggling under the pandemic.

Director: Frank Matson, Guy Fieri
Executive Producer: Guy Fieri, Frank Matson
Producer: Tim McOsker
Writer: Laurie Brian
Cinematographer: Uriah Herr, Ben Wolf, Paul Cain, Anthony Rodriguez, Ryan Larson, Nate Holzman, Anthony Carrera, Sharon B. Mills, David Woodson, Mike Galeotti, Brian Dee, Tony Bartalini, Peter Leiniger, Yayo Ahumada
Editor: Senior Editor: Mike Bibeau; Editor: Amanda Blaylock, Max Gold, AJ Koch; Assistant Editor: Taylor Dew, Brett McCulloch
Music: APM
Language: English
Country: USA
Year: 2020
US Distributor: Discovery Communications Inc.

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Nov 11 - Nov 29


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