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What is it about coffee and tea - two simple drinks - that both transcends culture and is intimately bound up by it? In this episode, Adam talks with Independent documentary filmmaker and coffee anthropologist Brooke Bierhaus about her film "The Connected Cup" which explores the heart of coffee and tea as global human connectors across cultures and backgrounds. For the film Brooke traveled to over 9 countries to film and capture intimate moments, stories, and portraits of human life around the connected cup. 

We dig into:

  • Brooke's process for filming across 9 countries
  • how coffee and tea provide a window into what makes the good life and happiness
  • cultures of coffee and tea around the globe
  • narrative and ethnographic voice as part of filmmaking

https://www.theconnectedcup.com/

https://www.instagram.com/itsbrookebierhaus/

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm10149658/

Brooke's Bio from IMDB: Brooke Bierhaus is an American award-winning documentary filmmaker and visual storyteller. Brooke is known for her feature film, "The Connected Cup", following the heart of coffee and tea around the world as a global language of connection. Brooke has worked and produced stories in 22 countries.

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