|Banana Split||47 minutes||Kelly Saxbery & Ron Harpelle, Shebandowan Films||
As one of the cheapest, most readily available fruits in the supermarket, this film provides an important look at understanding the curvaceous fruit from the herbaceous plant.
|Bananas: Interview with Conrad James||2 minutes||The Fairtrade Foundation||
Conrad James has been selling his bananas into the Fairtrade market for over six years. His farm is 5.6 acres in size and most weeks he harvests around a hundred 18kg boxes of bananas.
|Birdsong and Coffee: A Wake Up Call||56 minutes||Old Dog Documentaries||
Birdsong and Coffee uses a series of interviews to communicate the sincere, respectful relationship that exists through Fair Trade among the parties involved in coffee production.
|Black Gold||77 minutes||Mark and Nick Francis||
Black Gold follows Tadesse Meskela, the leader of an Ethiopian coffee cooperative, on his travels through Africa and around the world seeking a fair price for the coffee grown by cooperative member
|Buyer Be Fair: The Promise of Product Certification||55 minutes||John De Graaf||
Buyer Be Fair takes viewers to Mexico, the Netherlands, the UK, Sweden, the USA and Canada to explore how conscious consumers and businesses can use the market to promote social justice and environ