Mott Green, founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company, died suddenly
while working in his beloved chocolate workspace in Grenada on June 1, 2013.
We miss you, Mott.
Mott Green Obituary in the New York Times, June 10, 2013
View Mott's most recent blog
“Mixing the bitter with the sweet, the factual and the idealistic, the documentary Nothing like Chocolate gives a macro and micro perspective on the beloved sweet stuff. Smartly directed...”
– Josef Woodard, Santa Barbara Independent
“An engaging movie that provokes both the brain and the taste buds.”
–Brent Simon, Shockya.com
Winner – Award of Excellence: International Film Festival for Environment, Health, and Culture in Jakarta, Indonesia
Winner Award Silver Reel: Lucerne International Film Festival 2012
Nomination Best Feature Documentary: DocMiami International Film Festival 2012
Deep in the rain forests of Grenada, anarchist chocolate-maker Mott Green operates an unusual chocolate factory that turns out delicious creations unknown to a world saturated with industrially produced cocoa.
Nothing like Chocolate, a documentary film narrated by Susan Sarandon, tells the moving story of the relentless and headstrong Mott Green, founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company, as he pursues his unique vision to create the best chocolate in the world, from scratch. See how the smallest chocolate factory in the world is doing enormous things for cocoa communities, and the world's sweet tooth.
Kum-Kum Bhavnani's first film, The Shape of Water, is a feature documentary narrated by Susan Sarandon that tells the stories of powerful, imaginative and visionary women confronting the destructive development in their countries with a passion for change. Learn more about the film at: www.theshapeofwatermovie.com