In April Inc.com listed The Cola Road as one of 5 Documentaries About Entrepreneurs You Need to Watch This Spring.
This month, in Seattle, there will be two opportunities to see the award-winning, independently made ColaLife documentary – The Cola Road . Each free showing will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker, Claire Ward, ColaLife co-founder, Simon Berry (me) and Rohit Ramchandani, ColaLife’s Public Health Adviser, designer and supervisor of the ColaLife Operational Trial in Zambia (COTZ).
On Tuesday, 20-May there will be an evening screening at the Microsoft Corporate Headquarters in Redmond just 13 miles from Seattle and on Wednesday (21-May) the screening will be in the late afternoon at the Gates Foundation Visitor Center. The screenings will be free but places will be limited and so booking is essential. Please don’t book if you can’t come!
The timings will be as follows:
Microsoft – Tuesday 20-May
5pm Doors open
5:15pm Intro and welcome
5:20pm Film starts
6:00pm Q&A starts (I expect Claire, Rohit and I to be there – could you chair this?)
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center – Wednesday 21-May
4:30pm Doors open
4:45pm Intro and welcome
4:50pm Film starts
5:30pm Q&A starts (I expect Claire, Rohit and I to be there – could you chair this?)
The whet your appetite here’s a trailer for The Cola Road:
There are additional film excerpts here.