coffees italians do it better(?) @Berlin Coffee Festival

Coffees – Italians do it better(?) – Berlin Coffee Festival Screening – Press Release

Berlin – On September 1st 2017 at 5:30 p.m. the italian documentary Coffees – Italians do it better(?) will be projected during the event “La Marzocco Day at Berlin Coffee Festival” at Sander-Tec GmbH (Eresburgstraße 24-29, 12103 Berlin).

Romedia Studio and Umami Area are glad to invite you at the international screening of “Coffees – Italians do it better(?), the first italian documentary about third wave coffee and the arrival of Starbucks in Italy.

This is the second official international screening of the documentary Coffees after the screening at Assembly Coffee, in London.
There was a small independent projection on august 2017 at AllPress Espresso in Auckland (New Zealand)

«This documentary- according to the two authors (Federico Lucas Pezzetta and Federica Balestrieri from Romedia Studio), Andrej Godina from Umami Area and Francesco Sanapo from Ditta Artigianale – has reached a great success both in italy and in the rest of the world. We passed 64k views in only two months on Facebook, had 562 sharing all over the world and a great feedback from important people of the specialty coffee community like the 2003 world barista champion Tim Wendelboe.

We want to thank Nora Šmahelová (co-owner of Chapter One Coffee Berlin and Coffee Profilers) and La Marzocco who made this event possible. The screening at Berlin Coffee Festival will be a fantastic moment for all the specialty coffee community to share their thoughts about third wave coffee compared to italian coffee tradition.

Coffees – Italians do it better(?) involves great coffee experts like Andrej Godina (Umami Area) , Andrea Matarangolo (Umami Area e Mondicaffè), Alberto Polojac (Imperator), Ettore Scagliola (La Marzocco), Andi Benedikter (Cropster) and many other important personalities in the coffee community.
The documentary also contains an exclusive “behind the scenes” at the historic La Marzocco factory in Scarperia (FI).

Direct Link for the documentary  – Free Streaming

Italian Press Release