Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy:

Virtual Cinema

Museum Films is partnering with Greenwich Entertainment to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share award-winning SXSW documentary Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy, an engaging  portrait of the ninety-five-year old culinary trailblazer.

One $4.99 ticket is good for a 3-day pass to see Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy. A portion of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Click here to purchase a pass.

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At five feet tall and 95 years old, Diana Kennedy is larger than life: a foul-mouthed fireball far more feisty and energetic than her age and petite frame let on. British ex-pat Kennedy has spent over sixty years researching and documenting the regional cuisines of Mexico on her own. Kennedy has lived ‘off-the-grid’ on an eight-acre ranch outside Zitácuaro, Michoacán since the 1970’s: composting, growing her own crops, and using solar power to run her home. Aware of her own mortality, she is working tirelessly to solidify the legacy of her life’s efforts, with the hope of turning her home into a foundation for culinary education in Mexico.

Featuring extensive interviews with Diana Kennedy and famed chefs José Andrés, Rick Bayless, Gabriela Camara and Alice Waters, Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy provides an intimate portrait of a still vibrant culinary trailblazer. The author of nine acclaimed cookbooks and a two-time James Beard Award winner, Diana is called the “Julia Child of Mexico”, but the feisty cook prefers “The Mick Jagger of Mexican Cuisine”.


Director Elizabeth Carroll | 2019 | In English and Spanish with English subtitles | 82 minutes | NR 

OKCMOA is grateful to Greenwich Entertainment for providing us with the opportunity to continue offering the cinematic experience to our devoted audiences in the Oklahoma City community, even as our theater remains temporarily closed. Your support with this purchase will help OKCMOA remain a vibrant center for cinema culture once this turbulent period is behind us. The show must go on—and it will, thanks to you.

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