Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Gasland 2 Screenings with Josh Fox

Gasland 2 Screenings with Josh Fox

In 2010, Josh Fox made "fracking" a household word with his monumental documentary Gasland.  Now he follows it up with a sequel that shows the growing impact on communities across America.

Sign up for ticket at http://www.gaslandthemovie.com/screenings

Normal, Illinois (6:30 Normal Theater)


“Stop Fracking in Colorado.  Come to the Grassroots screening tour of GASLAND PART II! From rave reviews at New York City’s most prestigious film festival, GASLAND 2 comes to the grassroots. Please join us for GASLAND 2 with a 1 hour q and A and organizing session with JOSH FOX and local organizers immediately after the screening.  Special guests and grassroots action!  You don’t want to miss this chance to get involved in the fight against fracking.”
5/22 - Boulder (6:30 pm at the Glenn Miller Ballroom at the University of Colorado-Boulder Campus)
5/23 - Colorado Springs (6pm at the Gallogly Event Center on the UCCS Campus)
5/24 - Telluride Mountain Film Festival
5/25 - Telluride Mountain Film Festival

5/29 - Sacramento (5:30pm at the The Crest Theater)
5/30 - Los Angeles, California; Coalition Against Fracking Kickoff
5/31 - Santa Barbara (TBA)
6/1 - Monterey (6:30pm Lecture Forum #102 Monterey Peninsula College)
6/2 - Stanford (TBA)
6/2 - Oakland (6pm Asian Cultural Center)

6/5 - Binghamton (TBA)
6/7 - Ithaca (7pm at the Alice Statler Auditorium on the Cornell Campus)
6/8 - Calicoon (10:30am at the Callicoon Movie Theatre)
6/8- Milford, PA- Josh plays banjo w Pete Seeger (No screening)
6/9- Westchester- Jacob Burns Center (With Debra Winger!)
6/13 - Syracuse

6/16 Trenton (War Memorial Patriots Theater)

6/17 Bethlehem, Lehigh University
6/18 Harrisburg (Rally at 12pm, 7pm at the Digiplex Cinema Center)
6/19 Williamsport (Community Arts Center)
6/20 Pittsburgh (6pm Soldiers and Sailors)

Additional screenings and dates are being scheduled now! Please check back in frequently.

Fall tour: Texas, Arkansas, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Maryland

A note from Joy:

It's important to note that small, local community solar requires less gas for backup power than large-scale solar plants.  Learn more here: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2011/03/solving-solars-variability-with-more-solar
Many Thanks,
Joy Hughes
Founder, Solar Gardens Institute

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