Virgilio Martinez is much more than a chef, he is an artist. Although his Central restaurant in Lima, Peru, is considered to be the best of the decade in Latin America and number 2 in the world, and his wife Pía León is considered to be the world's best female chef, his inspiration, research and creative work goes much further than these recognitions. Virgilio is an explorer of Peru's different regions, giving its origin to the revolutionary concept of the "World in Altitudes", based on the elevations of the earth that forever changed the way local gastronomy is seen in today's world.
Alfred Oliveri (Buenos Aires, 1969) has a background of more than 25 years in the audiovisual sector, as a producer, director or creator of television formats. In Spain he developed the formats of Caiga quien Caiga, El Rayo and Trip. From his production company GlamoramaTV, he has developed content for several television channels in Spain and Argentina. He is the founder of the House of Chef, a platform following gastronomic trends through shorts, series and feature films telling stories related to cuisine. In 2018 he presented Tegui: Un asunto de familia (Tegui: a family affair), his first feature film, in Culinary Zinema, the section to which he returned in 2019 with La leyenda de Don Julio: Corazón & Hueso (The Legend of Don Julio: Meat & Bones). With Purity (2020) he received the Audience Award at Malaga Festival.