Film in Harlem — Doc Watchers Presents From the Ground Up

| April 5, 2010 | 1 Comment

Using minimal narration, From the Ground Up shows how an ordinary cup of coffee occupies center stage in the world economy. Traveling with the filmmaker from Guatemala to South Carolina to New York City and seeing each phase of coffee production unfold the growing, picking, processing, distribution, brewing and selling one comes to understand that most products we use have passed through the hands, and lives, of countless people in numerous countries. This film is all about the coffee, and about everything else we consume, consume, consume…

Director, Su Friedrich, will be present
for a post-screening Q&A & Reception

Date/Time: Monday, April 5th at 7:00 PM

Location: Maysles Cinema, 343 Lenox Avenue (betw. 127th & 128th Streets)

Suggested Donation: $10 This is only a suggestion. If you’re interested in the film, please don’t let a low cash flow stop you from joining us. Come on down, and give what you can. Any and every donation is much appreciated.

For information on Doc Watchers’ future screenings, visit: DocWatchers.com

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