ColaLife – the documentary – can you help make it happen?

In three weeks time a young documentary maker – a post graduate of New York University – will be travelling to Zambia to make her first solo documentary. Claire Ward will follow the first  ‘Kit Yamoyo’ on a test run from Lusaka, through the Coca-Cola wholesaler in Kalomo town, and out to retailers serving mothers and care-givers in a remote part of Kalomo District. And I’m sure Claire will pick up some insightful spin-off stories along the way as she engages with all the people involved.

All production costs are covered except for her travel expenses and so Claire has set up an Indiegogo appeal to raise the necessary funding. Please visit her Indiegogo Page and get involved if you can. You’ll see that the appeal has only a few days to run and she’s only $400 short. You can get your name on the credits of the documentary and even be an executive producer and there are other opportunities too.

Below is the video that Claire has created for the appeal but please visit Claire’s Indiegogo Page for the whole story;

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  1. Antara says:

    The Cola Road documentary . . . http://t.co/yGn5lM5Y

  2. Claire Ward says:

    Thanks @51m0n for posting this blog about our upcoming collaboration! #colalife #thecolaroad http://t.co/ESpb8dyT

  3. Simon Berry says:

    Claire has reached her target and will be filming the test run of the Kit Yamoyo distribution in Zambia http://t.co/71nO6ejo #colalife

  4. race2bhuman says:

    Claire Ward traveling to Zambia on the @ColaLife trail. Check into her #Indiegogo page to help make it happen http://t.co/h082wlds

  5. RT @51m0n Claire reached her target & will film test run of Kit Yamoyo distribution in Zambia http://t.co/E9nW2NWA #colalife @roniweiss