“Black Gold” included in 2006 Sundance Film Festival Independent Feature Film Competitions
Documentary about the international coffee trade uncovers the world of coffee and trade from the struggling Ethiopian bean grower to your coffee cup.
- SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/
- In the first of four program announcements, Sundance Institute today announced the line-up of films for the Independent Feature Film and World Cinema Competitions in the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, taking place January 19-29, 2006, in Park City, Utah. Among the documentaries is BLACK GOLD ( U.K. Director: Marc Francis, Nick Francis) a cinematic journey that uncovers the world of coffee and trade from the struggling Ethiopian bean grower to your coffee cup. World Premiere.
WORLD CINEMA COMPETITION: DOCUMENTARY The last decade has seen an explosion of interest in American documentaries, yet American audiences enjoy few opportunities to view documentaries from beyond their own borders. The 16 films selected from 448 international submissions represent nine countries including Australia, Japan, Switzerland and Mexico. These films invite us to glimpse the staggering scope and complexity of the human experience.
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