BC Premiere screenings of FUEL in Duncan, Nanaimo and Victoria

The Cowichan Energy Alternatives Society (C.E.A.) in co-operation with the BC Sustainable Energy Association (BCSEA) and OPEN CINEMA is proud to present the BC Premiere of FUEL, winner of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival Best Documentary Audience Award.

This entertaining and powerful documentary will screen for one-night only in exclusive engagements in three south Vancouver Island communities:

  • Duncan at the Cowichan Theatre on Thursday, December 3rd
  • Nanaimo at the Port Theatre on Wednesday, December 9th
  • Victoria at the IMAX Theatre on Thursday, December 10th.

FUEL

is a visually stunning, amusing, in-depth and personal tale of oil use and abuse. It examines a wide-range of alternative energy solutions, the faltering North American automobile and petroleum industries and the latest stirrings of a growing mindset toward alternative energy.

"We feel privileged to have this timely and relevant documentary premiering on Vancouver Island," said C.E.A. president Miles Phillips. "Critics frequently tout FUEL as the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth."

FUEL shows how positive change can start with one individual or community. The C.E.A. is dedicated to making the Cowichan Valley a leader in alternative energy and is raising funds in support of its Bio-fuel Production and Distribution Facility at the CVRD Bing’s Creek Waste Management Centre.

Watch the trailer: http://thefuelfilm.com

Suggested donation of $10-$20. Advanced tickets are available at a variety of locations in the three communities.

See www.bcsea.org/events for full details.

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