|aThe coca-cola case|h[videorecording] /|cArgus Films presents ; in coproduction with the National Film Board of Canada ; original idea and research, Germán Gutierrez ; produced by Carmen Garcia, Yves Bisaillon, Johanne Bergeron ; written by Carmen Garcia.
|a1 videodisc (86 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aBonus features: Dan Kovalik : how he became interested in Latin America ; Conversations between Ray Rogers & Ed Potter ; Repression of a demonstration at a bottling plant in Turkey ; Obama and Colombian worker's rights.
|aOriginally produced in 2010.
|aOriginal idea, research, Germán Gutierrez ; director of photography, Germán Gutierrez ; editing, Elric Robichon, Carmen Garcia ; music score, Olivier Alary.
|aDan Kovalik, Terry Collingsworth, Ray Rogers, Javier Correa, Edgar Paez.
|a"Colombia is the trade union murder capital of the world. Since 2002, more than 470 workers' leaders have been brutally killed, usually by paramilitaries hired by private companies intent on crushing the unions. Among these unscrupulous corporate brands is the poster boy for American business: Coca-Cola. These unpunished crimes spur U.S. activists David [i.e. Dan] Kovalik, Terry Collingsworth and Ray Rogers into an ambitious crusade against the soft drink giant. A searing indictment of a major corporate brand, The Coca-Cola Case takes us on a riveting legal game of cat and mouse via the U.S. federal court and the Stop Killer Coke! campaign"--NFB website.
|aRogers, Ray,|d 1944-
|aCoca-Cola Company|vTrials, litigation, etc.
|aLabor union members|xViolence against|zColombia.