The Film Arcade and Inception Media Group have acquired restaurant documentary “Spinning Plates” and plan a U.S. theatrical release on October 25th.
The film follows three restaurants in strikingly different situations: Alinea, rated 7th in the world; a family-run community landmark in Iowa; and an immigrant-owned Mexican restaurant just getting off the ground.
The film was produced and co-financed by Film Arcade founder Miranda Bailey, Matthew Leutwyler of Ambush Entertainment, Joseph Levy of Chaos Theory, and is executive produced by Phil Rosenthal (“Everybody Loves Raymond”).
“Spinning Plates is a terrific movie, one that will win over anyone with a passion for either film or food,” said Andy Reimer, an Inception Media Group partner. “Movie enthusiasts who also like to go out to eat may well discover their favorite movie of the year.”
Film Arcade recently released Sundance hit “Afternoon Delight” after a successful launch year with “The Other Dream Team” and Swedish award-winner “Simon and the Oaks.” Inception Media Group will handle domestic ancillary distribution.