Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent, documentary executive produced by Anthony Bourdain

JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT, a fascinating documentary executive produced by Anthony Bourdain, is a character exploration of the legendary chef – and the enigmatic mystery of his genius.  The documentary opens May 19 and June 2 in South Florida at select movie theaters.  Attention all chefs, wannabe chefs, foodies and anyone who likes to eat, this is not to be missed. Watch the trailer below and you’ll be hooked.

To celebrate, I’m giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the screening May 16 at O Cinema, Wynwood. Each e-ticket is good for 2 guests. Here’s what you need to do to up your chances of winning the tickets…

1)  Like and share to as many social media as you can above this article
2)  Head over to my Facebook page here and LIKE it
3)  Use @LastMagnificent #TheLastMagnificent on twitter and instagram
4)  Leave comment below why you should win
5)  email me eh at eleanorhoh dot com so I can send you e-ticket.

That’s it, good luck. Hope to see you at the screening.

What does Chef Jeremiah Tower and I have in common? We went to boarding school in England and hated school food! That was what motivated me to learn to cook from my mom.  Neither of us went to culinary school and that’s where our similarity ends and his meteoric rise started…

Brief synopsis…see trailer below

JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT explores the remarkable life of Jeremiah Tower, one of the most controversial and influential figures in the history of American gastronomy. Tower began his career at the renowned Chez Panisse in Berkeley in 1972, becoming a pioneering figure in the emerging California cuisine movement. After leaving Chez Panisse, due in part to a famously contentious relationship with founder Alice Waters, Tower went on to launch his own legendary Stars Restaurant in San Francisco. Stars was an overnight sensation and soon became one of America’s top-grossing U.S. restaurants.

After several years, Tower mysteriously walked away from Stars and then disappeared from the scene for nearly two decades, only to resurface in the most unlikely of places: New York City’s fabled but troubled Tavern on the Green. There, he launched a journey of self-discovery familiar to anyone who has ever imagined themselves to be an artist.

Featuring interviews by Mario Batali, Anthony Bourdain, Ruth Reichl and Martha Stewart, this delicious documentary tells the story of the rise and fall of America’s first celebrity chef, whose brash personality and culinary genius has made him a living legend.

Director: Lydia Tenaglia
Stars: Mario Batali, Anthony Bourdain, Francesca De Luca
Running Time: 102 minutes
Rating: R

JEREMIAH TOWER:  The Last Magnificent
Distributed by The Orchard

Opens May 19
Theaters:

Miami:  AMC Aventura 24
Fort Lauderdale: TBD
Palm Beach County:  Living Room Theaters (Boca Raton), AMC Indian River 24
Additional Theaters TBD

Opens June 2
Jacksonville: AMC Regency 24 (Adding June 9: Orange Park 24)
Tampa/St. Petersburg: Carmike Sundial 20/St. Petersburg (Adding June 16 AMC Woodlands Square)
Ft. Myers/Naples: AMC Merchants Crossing (N. Ft. Myers)
Additional Theaters TBD

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11 Responses to Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent, documentary executive produced by Anthony Bourdain
  1. Maria Tripodis
    May 16, 2017 | 3:18 pm

    I would love to see this! He’s such a legend and I love anything Anthony Bourdain produces . If we don’t win tickets from you can we buy them at the theater? I don’t see it on O Cinemas schedule

  2. Catalina J
    May 15, 2017 | 10:08 pm

    I love your classes all the utensils and your blog 🙂
    Big fan of you ? since 2003,
    I would love to see the film, if you still have tickets for me it will be amazing.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 15, 2017 | 10:26 pm

      Thanks Catalina, you’re the best! Sent ticket.

  3. Munirah Rimer
    May 15, 2017 | 5:42 pm

    I would love to see this film because as Artist & inspired chef I too spent many years in a boarding school (in Kuala Lumpur) but only different is the food in Malaysia even in boarding school facility is pretty darn yummy. I remembered looking forward to weekend for special menu — roti canai dipped in curry. So good. My roommate and I would wait till the last call for breakfast (close to noon) by the dining area and then we would ask the cafeteria staff to give us all the roti to enjoy it in our room. hehe.

    As I get older and enrolled in pre-college prof.. we became pro at hunting for delicious food! my friends and I would go into the city spending our allowance money on the best street food and noodles and what have you (which are all amazingly delicious)

    Then, I arrived in US and boom, I had to find ways to satisfy my cravings for Malaysian cuisines by no other ways than making it myself! That grows into sharing my love and passio for Malaysian food & cooking with others and developing a community that appreciates Malaysian flavors, spices and cooking style.

    I want to know Jeremiah Tower and his amazing journey. Xo

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 15, 2017 | 5:43 pm

      You’re IN Munirah. I’ll send e-ticket.

  4. Wendy Chernin
    May 15, 2017 | 5:32 pm

    Would love to see this film! Pick me pick me 🙂

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 15, 2017 | 5:43 pm

      You’re IN, Wendy, check email for your ticket.

  5. Christopher Lizarraga
    May 14, 2017 | 11:04 pm

    I would love to see this film because I’m a foodie and I am not familiar with Jeremiah Tower and his role in American culinary history.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 15, 2017 | 6:15 pm

      Hey Chris, sent you e-ticket, come say hello tomorrow.

  6. Ashley
    May 11, 2017 | 9:15 pm

    Hi!

    I’m interested in this film because of the technical part cinematography, editing, storytelling, etc. I love film. Specially when it’s related to cooking!

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 15, 2017 | 6:16 pm

      You’re IN Ash, see you tomorrow! Perfect for you as you’re wanting to get into producing more video!

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