Director Josh Fox might have misplaced out on an Oscar for his award-winning documentary, “Gasland,” however that is not stopping him from persevering with his battle towards an business he perceives as dangerous to individuals and the surroundings.
Variety is reporting that the director has been capturing footage over the previous a number of months for a sequel (and potential third movie) to “Gasland,” with HBO already on board to air the documentary when completed. As a result of efforts to get his film kicked out of the Academy Awards, Fox says the brand new movie’s focus will probably be on the fuel business’s appreciable affect in media and politics.
“That is an emergency,” Fox informed the location. “The water provide for hundreds of thousands is in danger.”
Mark Ruffalo, essentially the most well-known title hooked up to anti-fracking activism, can be ramping up his efforts by partnering with Fox on a summer time/fall live performance sequence via his new Water Protection initiative. The hope is to lift consciousness of the hazards of fracking on each the surroundings and in ingesting water.
“Water is our most treasured useful resource, it’s essentially the most primary ingredient of life and never accessing clear and secure water modifications the whole lot,” stated Ruffalo in a press release. “Take a look at the individuals of Dimock, Penn.; Pavillion, Wyo.; and Silt, Colo., and so forth who can’t use the water popping out of their taps and must have their water delivered by a tractor trailer from miles away — that’s us. That is our America, and we’re not going to only let that proceed to occur.”