SELECTED MEDIA FEATURES:
British film-makers ask: What is the hidden cost of your £2 latte?(David Smith)
WAKE-UP CALL; Two British brothers have struck a global nerve with their low-budget documentary about the inequities of the international coffee trade. Your skinny latte will never taste the same again.
It threatens to... shock consumers into thinking again about what they are buying... Starbucks is now spearheading a public relations counter-attack(Ben Hoyle)
'Blood Diamond' and 'Black Gold' are just the latest in a recent glut of movies dealing with the supply chain.(Ann Hornaday)
Starbucks has gone on a charm offensive telling its customers 'you can feel good about drinking Starbucks coffee(Ashley Seager)
Bean counters; Vices of coffee trade and coffee house: exploiting the growers, sleeping in Starbucks, quackery and gabbling(Bee Wilson)
Storm in a coffee cup: Coffee expose Black Gold riled multinationals in the US and is now raising awareness in the UK. Chris Evans speaks to film-makers Marc and Nick Francis about taking on the world's second largest export industry.(Chris Evans)
Rising Stars; Marc and Nick Francis - Filmmakers(Emma Love)
Black Gold is the best film on trade policy you are likely to seeLeader
Wake Up and Smell the coffee - a new generation of filmmakers is rebelling for a causeJeff Dawson
Starbucks stirred by fair trade film: Representative of Ethiopian farmers to meet Blair as expose of industry releasedAshley Seager
Black Gold is the latest in a growing genre of documentary films shaking up the business world.
40 under 40; Britain is buzzing with a generation of charismatic young faces who are reshaping the nation. Derren Gilhooley introduces the New Establishment.Derren Golhooley