The Coffee Man Film goes online

The Coffee Man film is officially available for digital download via iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vimeo and direct via thecoffeemanfilm.com.

“The day is finally here. We’ve received an amazing amount of pre-sale purchase orders, and now we’re excited to say: ‘The wait is over.’ Download the file and watch it anywhere in the world*,” says Producer Roland Fraval.

“Over the past year we’ve brought The Coffee Man film to crowds across the country, and now we’re pleased to think that the movie has come to them.”

For true coffee lovers a special “Coffee Geek Edition” with deleted scenes, extended interviews and bonus content is available only at the film’s website.

The Coffee Man documentary explores the world of specialty coffee and the lengths 2015 Australian Barista Champion Sasa Sestic goes to for coffee nirvana. It tracks Sasa’s life from his origins in war-torn Yugoslavia to his entry to the world of specialty coffee and quest for the best coffee through Ethiopia, Honduras and Colombia. The film is full of suspense and drama and will leave you on the edge of your seat – even if you know the result of the 2015 World Barista Championship WBC.

Since premiering six months ago, The Coffee Man has screened around the globe 192 times in 37 countries, and counting.

“That figure is now expected to climb considering how many downloads are made across the globe. It still blows us away that an Australian-produce filmed starring an Australian barista has this incredible universal reach. It’s been a crazy whirlwind of a year, and the beauty of this digital release is that the story will continue to be shared for years to follow,” Roland says.

For more information and to download the film on iTunes click here or visit www.thecoffeemanfilm.com or www.facebook.com/thecoffeemanfilm

* Please note The Coffee Man film is not available on iTunes in all countries. For a direct download, visit The Coffee Man’s website

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