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Adventure, Contemporary Issues, Foreign Worlds, Human Interest, and Social Issues

Caffeine is a feature documentary exploring the passions and dedication of a group of baristas and cafe owners from around the world as they embark on a quiet revolution to change the world one humble bean at a time. By educating themselves on the providence of the bean, delving into every scientific detail of brewing coffee and by forming personal relationships with coffee farmers in the developing world, their goal is to change the way the world looks at coffee. These coffee nerds have started a grassroots movement based on quality of life for the farmer and quality of coffee in the cup. Their motivation is quality, not profit and their commitment and enthusiasm for coffee is mesmerising.

Travelling all over the world, from rich cities in North America and Europe to crushing poverty in East Africa and Central America, Caffeine will show that, for some people, the world can be a very small place.

Show treatment
in production


  • David Lawless ... Director/ Producer
  • Andrew Edger ... Cinematographer
  • Patrick Jordan ... Cinematographer
  • Patrick Hanlon ... Location Sound

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Brazen Films
Years of Production
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Ireland, UK, Canada, USA, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Denmark, Holland

Distribution Details


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