Entertainment Food films to see at the Tribeca Film Fest By GEORGIA KRAL April 13, 2015 11:41 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Films related to food and eating at the Festival this year. "Steak (R)evolution" Photo Credit: Kino Lorber "Steak (R)evolution" focuses on a subject that affects nearly everyone: beef consumption. As cattle production changes and people's appetite for humanely-raised and sustainable beef increases, the industry is in flux. Director Franck Ribiere explores all farming methods and butchery in this important documentary. More info and tickets "The Birth of Saké" Photo Credit: Yoshida Yasuyuki Director Erik Shirai brings to life the 2,000-year-old art of sake in "The Birth of Saké." The story focuses on the sake masters at the Tedorigawa brewery, who spend six months living and working together to produce the spirit each year. The process, steeped in tradition, is beautifully portrayed here. More info and tickets "Chef's Table" Photo Credit: Netflix/ "Chef's Table" David Gelb (who also directed "Jiro Dreams of Sushi") is back with the documentary series "Chef's Table," for Netflix. The series tells the stories of famed chefs including Dan Barber (Blue Hill, Blue Hill at Stone Barns) and provides insight into their craft. By GEORGIA KRAL Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.