Xem phim kiếm hiệp: Sriracha—a documentary by Griffin Hammond
The origin story of an iconic hot sauce, finally revealed. Watch the trailer:
“Gorgeously shot—profile of the entire Sriracha sensation” (SF Chronicle)
“Sriracha gets the cult documentary it deserves” (Quartz)
“People will never tire of the epic story of Sriracha” (New York Magazine)
Sriracha has earned a cult following, but the story of this spicy sauce is a mystery to most fans. Dedicated to Sriracha lovers, this fast-paced documentary travels around the globe to reveal its origin and the man behind the iconic “rooster sauce.”
Winner: “Best Short Film” (NYC Food Film Festival)
Winner: “Best Short Documentary” (DisOrient Asian American Film Festival)
And watch the free director’s commentary:
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Kim Korinek says
Romaine Athey says
Hi. I think you need to take some time and take a quick tour of Woodprix website to find out how to do this.
nomo nomo says
Jajaj si como no…
Really Griffin, you made a movie about an amazing immigrant that came to the US that made one of the most iconic sauces ever, and you are trying to charge me to see it, you so sold out.
Motivation Theory Running says
Didn't I see this on Amazon Prime or something..I remember liking it.
I would like to watch this but can not purchase it…
Jeff Shewmon says
I'd love to watch it, but YouTube does nothing when I click the "From $0.99" link.
Shavon Kuylen says
Love this I almost cried such a humble man and his product is out of this world!
Elliot Harrington says
Every One luv my product
I want my money back
Billion Bites says
Fantastic work, really interesting and to the point documentary.
I also like your Gh5 documentary 'Hand Cut'. Look forward to your next documentary!
Frank The Film Guy Lopez says
Great documentary!! Do you have any recommendations on where to start when making a documentary? I have story to tell and it has to be done well. And you have a great talent at doing Doc's well!
Wayne Storton says
Well worth my £2. One complaint. When I pay for content, as an adult, I DO NOT expect censorship! For fucks sake, I want to hear the people express their opinions in the way in which they were expressed! I do not want 'bleeps'!
Steve Ogden says
Hi Griffin, I'm still shooting GH3 and am glad for your example! I'm curious what had you choose 1.85:1 rather than 1.77:1 (native aspect ratio)?
Ian Cherico says
Was there any color grading or correction done to the film?
love the work Griffin i'm looking forward to seeing more
screencast magazine says
Great Doc Griffin, I would love to get into doc film making, any advice? Would love to see how you put the doc together, equipment, planning, camera etc
That was so cool! Great film
Josh Der says
this was shot, produced and told so well. a true inspiration.
I loved it. This story feels like it goes beyond the sauce, it feels like it is about the American dream through David Tran. Glad I rented it.
Sam I Am says
Hey Griffin! Can you explain how to get a video on YouTube that viewers pay for such as this one? Thanks!
Ryan Kozicki says
I bought it on vimeo. I can say it's worth the money. buy it! great documentary and film maker.
Luke Westwood says
Can't believe this was released 3 years ago :O
Not available in Czech Republic? Thanks Griffin 🙂
I remember when I saw this in the Hollywood Premiere, that was a fun premiere.
Eli Holland says
How do I watch this?
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says
Holy crap. I have waited so long for this!
Eric Lopes says
Hey, Griffin. I'm pretty sure you don't have a significant audience in Brazil, but the price YouTube is charging for us here to watch for your documentary is kind of expensive. Even though the direct conversion from the price in Brazilian Real (R$9.90) to Dollars (around US$2.70) might seem okay to someone living in the US or Canada, it's not for someone living in Brazil due to our collapsed national economy and political crisis. In comparison to other productions like Prank Academy that is charging R$3.90 per episode, yours is over twice as much expensive. If you were able to lower the price for specific countries, I'd be very thankful. And please don't take this as a devaluation of your work (:
Nate's Film Tutorials says
So how do you watch the documentary?It just stops after 1:14
Rodrigo Vazquez says
Not available in my country but I saw it before. Contratulations again on this awesome project Griffin
Jacob McCarthy says
I feel like I watched this on youtube already
sebastian brigian says