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Similar to wine, lambic is defined by a specific region, climate and amount of time in the barrel. It is brewed in small batches, making it limited and highly sought after by people from all over the world. Lambic almost disappeared during the rise of corporate beer in the 1970s and it wasn’t until recently that it began to see a dramatic revival, saving the last remaining brewers and blenders from bankruptcy.
With people's desire to live, eat, and drink healthier, lambic encompasses the very essence of today's return to tradition. For beer, it is the most natural fermentation in the world. A true farm to table product.
Director and producer Jerry Franck has worked in the film industry for more than 15 years, calling Los Angeles home. His most notable work includes producing the Oscar-nominated documentary Chau, Beyond the Lines (www.beyondthelinesfilm.com) and distributing it through such outlets as Netflix, The Atlantic and Al Jazeera English.
Courtney Marsh is the producer and main editor of BOTTLE CONDITIONED. As a frequent collaborator with Jerry, she directed the Oscar-nominated Chau, Beyond the Lines. Her film was screened all over the world and she spoke at the United Nations and the United States Senate to help advocate for agent orange cleanup in Vietnam.
Mario Contini is the Cinematographer of this film. His experience and talents as a lighting cameraman have been recognized worldwide. Mario has shot a number of high profile music videos for artists such as Drake, Post Malone and Katy Perry. Mario is also an executive producer on BOTTLE CONDITIONED, having contributed his own money to the first round of filming.