Breaking Bread with Lydie Denier and Bruno Madariaga is an upcoming television show that will celebrate food and culture like never before. Lydie Denier is an accomplished actress from California and she is now entering a new stage in her on-camera life as a TV host. Bruno Madariaga is a film director born in Mexico City. His work as a director has been selected at the film festivals of Guadalajara, Huelva and Mar de Plata, as well as participating outside the competition at the Malaga film festival. Moreover, the creators of this show have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with a goal to raise a sum of $15,000, and they are welcoming everyone for generous support.
“Breaking Bread is all about food and culture and we aim to bring some of the most exciting content for our fans from around the world through this show.” Said Lydie Denier, while introducing Breaking Bread to the Kickstarter community. “Foods brings people together worldwide and we aim to use this show as a platform to break barriers and defy borders.” She added. According to the host, food is a universal language of affection, admiration, love and art, and the show will be centered around these themes to offer its viewers an experience like no other.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/1551925214/breaking-bread-0 and supporters from around the world can contribute in this fundraising campaign by making generous pledges and donations. The project offers several great rewards for its backers and all the rewards are being offered with worldwide shipping. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About Breaking Bread with Lydie Denier and Bruno Madariaga
Lydie Denier is a California based accomplished actress and she is now hosting her own food and culture show called Breaking Bread. The show is aimed at bringing people close together and it is already creating a major buzz. “Moreover, it is also aimed at reducing distances between different countries and cultures by going beyond borders,” added Bruno Madariaga.