Monday, January 28, 2008

Eco-Movies in Wallingford

Free movies on environmental topics are being held at First United Methodist in Wallingford. Start time is usually 6:30. Contact Al Satton for info/directions. The schedule is below:

FUMC Community Film Series Schedule

February 1st
An Inconvenient Truth (2006) Rated PG Director Davis Guggenheim. Al Gore’s passionate campaign for the environment is documented. He presents global warming facts without being too political. He did win the Nobel Prize!!

February 8th
Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006)
Amid ever-increasing gas prices, this documentary delves into the short life of the GM EV1 electric car. How could such an efficient, green-friendly vehicle fail to transform our garages and skies? Through interviews Chris Paine (former EV1 owner) seeks to answer the question. This documentary is quite informative and entertaining.

March 7th
Too Hot Not To Handle (2006) Rated G Directors Maryann DeLeo and Ellen Goosenberg Kent. Documentary on how global warming effects our environment and the measures needed to reverse the trend.
Interfaith Power and Light is a religious response to global warming with chapters in 25 states and Greater Washington, D.C. Find a link to your local chapter at
Find discounts on energy saving products at

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