Here’s an Easy Way to Binge-Watch Great Food Documentaries

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IFC’s SundanceNOW’s Doc Club is basically the Netflix for fantastic independent films. July’s theme is “Culinary Cinema,” and the lineup of nine documentaries includes El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven, and A Matter of Taste: Paul Liebrandt. The $5 monthly subscription lets you stream all of them — a pretty sweet deal. Check out the full list of films and a trailer, straight ahead.

Kings of Pastry follows an elite contest of French pastry chefs.
Three Stars profiles ten of the world’s most renowned Michelin-rated chefs.
Eat This New York looks at the odds of a new restaurant succeeding in New York City.
Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven goes behind the scenes of the Manhattan restaurant, a favorite of the city’s elite.
The Restaurateur follows one of America’s preeminent restaurant owners, Danny Meyer.
A Matter of Taste: Paul Liebrandt follows the ups and downs of the youngest chef to receive three stars by the New York Times.
El Bulli: Cooking in Progress takes us inside the kitchen of the Spanish chef Ferran Adrià.
Food Beware looks at a small town that embarks on an organic revolution.
Pressure Cooker follows an emotional cooking competition for teenagers to win scholarships.