The National Film Awards today announced a sponsorship deal with Chotto Matte for the 8th annual prestigious awards which is set to take place on the 4th July 2022 at Porchester Hall in London.
Chotto Matte is a global restaurant brand set up in London in 2013 by renowned restaurateur Kurt Zdesar. Chotto Matte restaurants celebrate the very best of authentic and innovative Nikkei cuisine, set in vibrant, stylish architectural spaces, in exciting city locations around the world. Nikkei is a unique blend of Japanese and Peruvian culinary traditions, a lively combination of ingredients and techniques. Chotto Matte’s innovative menu stays true to the Nikkei staples – Ceviche, Tiradito, Anticucho BBQ, Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura – while ensuring the ingredients are organic and sustainably sourced.
National Film Academy was launched in 1999 as an academy that supports, mentors, and promotes filmmakers, actors, actresses, and talent that make up the motion picture industry. The National Film Academy launched the National Film Awards UK in 2015 and simultaneously launched the US version of the awards National Film & Television Awards USA in 2018. The National Film Academy also produces a series of annual festivals, premieres, workshops, conferences and seminars in the UK, France, South Africa, Germany, and USA.
2022 sees Chotto Matte partnering with the National Film Academy as an official bronze category sponsor to celebrate motion pictures and talent from the Television and Film industry. They will be sponsoring the Best Supporting Actor at the 8th annual National Film Awards which takes place on the 4th of July 2022 in London.
Jordan Scarle, Chotto Matte Group Executive Chef said: «Chotto Matte is thrilled to sponsor this year’s National Film Awards. We are very excited to bring the Nikkei touch to such a fantastic event and delight guests with Chotto’s unique flavours.»
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