Screening July 31st at the Kendall Square Cinema | Cambridge, MA
Doors at 6:30pm | Screening at 7:30pm

A Film About Coffee follows the production of coffee from farms in Honduras and harvests in Rwanda to its global consumption. Listening to farmers, buyers, roasters and baristas about the crop’s economic and environmental implications both locally and abroad, the narrative travels to coffee shops in Tokyo, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and New York, with stops in between. George is interviewed about quality, terroir and bringing farmers out of anonymity throughout the film. If you love coffee – this is a must-see film.

Immediately following the film, a Q + A will be held with director, Brandon Loper, George Howell, and other coffee people you’ll be introduced to in the film.

Doors open at 6:30pm with George Howell Coffee being served in the lobby. The film starts at 7:30pm, please arrive early to enjoy the coffee and find your seat.

Purchase tickets ($15) in advance and learn more about the film by visiting (or click here – Buy tickets for the Boston premiere). Be sure to bring your paper printout or barcode on your mobile device.

Live in NYC? A Film about Coffee will premiere at the Williamsburg Cinema in Brooklyn, NY on Wednesday July 30th. Coffee will be served beforehand by several local roasters, including us, and will also have a Q&A with George and others from the film. Buy tickets for the NYC premiere.

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