“Brandon Loper’s documentary is exactly what it sounds like: a documentary about the production, creation, and preparation of specialized coffee. But the film is much more than the ubiquitous title describes.”  

“The aesthetics of the film are merit-worthy: camera angles catching the subtle drips of a syphon machine or helicoptering over the lush, green fields of Rwanda. But the film is also laden with hints of ecology, human rights, and an understanding of fair trade, containing valuable information aimed at reorienting the way we view coffee.”

A Conversation with Director Brandon Loper and The Curator Magazine’s Haley Littleton