One Cup

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One Cup
Release date(s) 2006
Running time 28 minutes
Country Australia
Language English

One Cup is an Australian short documentary film, produced and released by Scarab Studio and Mutiny Media. Its crew included Dominic Allen, Joel Betts, Nicholas Hansen, Greta Costello, Dylan Tromp.

Filmed in the mountains of Timor-Leste in January 2006, One Cup depicts the struggles and health concerns of coffee farming communities in Timor-Leste, Asia. Featuring then Foreign Minister José Ramos-Horta, Oxfam Program Director Keryn Clark and Timorese coffee farmers, One Cup attempts to illustrate benefits offered by the international fair trade system.

Unlike the documentary film Black Gold (2006), which looks at the issues around fair trade One Cup attempts to show positive benefits of the fair trade system.

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