Basiliscus Film is a Berlin based film production. As a full-service company, we develop and produce industrial and corporate films, web videos and TV reports.

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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

TV series: 50 Kitchens, one City - Spain

A cross media film production about Berlin based restaurants

TV and web series with the Cuban restaurant La Pequena Habana

A passionate chef and a sommelier meet in Berlin and quickly realize that they share the same idea of ​​a really good restaurant. They love to establish a place that stands out. So they open a gastrobar. Well known in their homeland Spain, in Berlin a unique selling point. They offer small, extraordinary dishes to share, plus the right beverage selection and a great deal of coziness. And everyone feels like being at a friends dining room. "To create something new in the kitchen, you have to understand the tradition," says head chef Ager Uriguen. So for 50 kitchens, one city he prepares Bacalao al pil pil, a traditional Basque dish, and Giovanni Gonzalez Miranda serves the right wine. "Eating, friends, laughing, drinking, that's just part of our culture. All this we can combine here in our restaurant, "adds the sommelier. Lets go to Neukölln, to friends, to Txokoa!

Published in 50 Kitchens
Monday, 22 January 2018

TV series: 50 Kitchens, one City - Nigeria

A cross media film production about Berlin based restaurants

TV and web series with the Nigerian restaurant Pan Africa

Frank Anyangbe laughs when he talks about his life. And this laugh comes from the heart, because he is proud of what he has achieved. An own African restaurant, a successful catering service, a happy family. In his Pan Africa restaurant, the Nigerian serves African dishes and calls his concept Cross African. Why? The menu features recipes from the south, as well as from the north of Africa. So the chef wants to inspire as many people as possible for his kitchen. For the DW TV series 50 kitchens, one city it has to be Nigerian. So Frank prepares Egusi for us, a traditional food from his homeland. "We Nigerians think our food is best," Frank tells us, nods, laughs and takes a big handful of Egusi.

Published in 50 Kitchens
Sunday, 14 January 2018

TV series: 50 Kitchens, one City - Norway

A cross media film production about Berlin based restaurants

TV and web series with the Norwegian restaurant Munch's Hus

Kenneth Gjerrud lives for good food. Even as a child, he has a great desire: to run his own restaurant in the future. The future is now! In Berlin Schöneberg, the Norwegian operates the only Norwegian restaurant in Germany, the Munch’s Hus. And of course he prepares for us the traditional moose roast, because after all, the moose is something like the mascot of Norway. Kenneth Gjerrud now lives longer in Berlin than in his home country Norway. He feels good, but: "I miss nature very much, the peace and the friendliness of the people," he tells us during our shooting for the series 50 kitchens, one city. Honestly? We can not blame him.

Published in 50 Kitchens
Monday, 08 January 2018

TV series: 50 Kitchens, one City - Hungary

A cross media film production about Berlin based restaurants

TV and web series with the Hungary restaurant Lola was here

"Lola was here" the restaurant of Evelyn and Julia Csabai, is for them the quintessence of all her passions: good food, good company and good stories. The sisters, born and raised in Hungary, came to Berlin in 1989 and worked in various professions until they opened their restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg in 2014. "Our goulash is the best in town," they tell us proudly. The secret: lots of onions and Hungarian peppers. "And of course you should know how it tastes when you prepare it," they add. The two know that! And the goulash is without question quite excellent.

Published in 50 Kitchens
Wednesday, 20 December 2017

TV series: 50 Kitchens, one City - Greece

A cross media film production about Berlin based restaurants

TV and web series with the Greek restaurant Taverna Ousia

„My parents moved to a foreign country and I was born here, but they did not want my brother and me to forget where we came from. That's why they taught us the Greek culture - the language, the food," Athanasios Gortsas tells us when we meet him for the series „50 Kitchens, one city” at the Taverna Ousia. The ancient Greek tradition plays an important role in the restaurant, which is specialized on Mezedes, small dishes that have a great advantage: you can try something of everything. Typical Greek is also the lamb shoulder in red wine sauce, which we have prepared together. One eats it with fresh vegetables.

Published in 50 Kitchens
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