Fresco Chocolate bars
Bob Ridgley owner of Binary Studio has created documentaries, projects for MTV, Broadcast, independent films, various corporate TV commercials and private ventures.
He produced and directed the pioneering snowboard feature film "Baked" that was recently showcased at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver BC.
He has been an instructor at Northwest Film School and the Western Washington Univ.Film program.
Received the Mary Pickford Independent Film Award in 2005 for his tireless support of independent filmmaking in Northwest Washington, received the Mayor's Arts Award 2010 for film and has received many film festival awards
Currently has a film out called "American Collectors" which PBS is broadcasting. A children's film series called "A Boy's Journey" and have produced over 48 short narrative films.
Signed contract with 16 top cable systems ( Netflixs,AT&T,Verizon, Charter, etc..) for distribution of film for Video on Demand. Working on two new documentaries and just released a film called " It's good to be home" for an independent film group that screened for the We Day Festival, Seattle Key arena 15000+ people.
The Bean to Bar film covers how the artisans make their chocolate from the cacao bean.
Some of the topics covered in the film.
Chocolate makers in the film:
Steve DeVries Chocolate
Art Pollard, Amano Chocolate
Rob Anderson, Fresco Chocolate
Erin Andrews, indi Chocolate
Rob and Anna, Ritual Chocolate
AJ Wentworth, Chocolate Conspriacy
Lauren Alder, Chocoloplis
Kristy Lessile, Dr. Chocolate
Bob Copper, Original Hawaiian Chocolate
Chloe' Doutre-Roussel website
Joe Whinney, Theo Chocolate
Nathan Royston, Theo Chocolate