‘Fuel’ a New York Times Critic Pick (Updated October 1st with Theatre Locations and 10/9 Chicago Event)
OCTOBER 1ST UPDATE:
Fuel (see below) is on tour across the country, with special one-time shows at promiment theatres. The Chicago showing, coming on Friday, October 9th at the AMC Lowes Pipers Alley 4 (see poster below), is offering free tickets to Landmark Education graduates who rsvp to [email protected]. That showing is at 7:15pm and is hosted by Peter Fonda. There will be a Q&A session there along with the film.
Here is the film tour schedule:
tonight, October 1st, New York, NY, AMC Empire 25
tonight, October 1st, Philadelphia, PA, Ritz at the Bourse
tonight, October 1st, Toronto, ON, Muck Film Festival
Friday, October 9th, Chicago, IL, AMC Pipers Alley
Friday, October 9th, Tucson, AZ, The Loft Cinema
Friday, October 16th, San Diego, CA, Landmark Ken
Friday, October 23rd, Sacramento, CA, Crest Theatre
Friday, November 6th, Cleveland, OH, Cedar Lee
Friday, November 6th, Kansas City, MO, Tivoli Cinema
To get tickets and more details, go to http://www.thefuelfilm.com/theaters.php
Fuel, the criticially acclaimed environmental documentary about oil and alternative energy created by Landmark Forum graduate Josh Tickell, was labelled a ‘critics pick’ by the New York Times ‘critics pick’ last week. In her review, Jeanette Catsoulis describes Fuel positively:
“Thanks to an informative, buoyant tone and the director’s own restless intelligence, the film preaches to the unconverted with passion, energy and graphics so clear that they would make Al Gore weep all over his PowerPoint.
Bustling with politicians, scientists and card-carrying green celebrities, “Fuel” reveals the terrifying complexity of our energy crisis, as well as Mr. Tickell’s commitment to the truth.”
Here’s an interview Tickell gave about the film earlier this year:
Be sure to read Landmark Education News’ previous story about Fuel, which contains a trailer from the film itself.