I originally posted a listing for a showing of this film, but it was for a limited audience (due to space) so I took the post down.
Now the film is showing for the general public, so RSVP and come to discus, critique and maybe be entertained.
You can learn about the film beforehand here.
Council Member James F. Gennaro
Chair, Environmental Protection Committee
invite you to a FREE sneak preview of the
Sundance Film Festival Best Documentary Audience Award-winning
Tuesday, March 3 @ 7:00 p.m.
Queens College – LeFrak Concert Hall
Corner of Kissena Blvd. & Horace Harding Expwy., Flushing, NY
- 6 p.m. Reception Followed by 7 p.m. Screening and Q & A -
Come see Councilman James F. Gennaro, Chairman of the Environmental Protection Committee and author of New York City's landmark bioheat mandate legislation, in FUEL: an insightful portrait of America’s addiction to oil and an uplifting testament to the immediacy of new energy solutions.
Director Josh Tickell, a young activist, shuttles us on a whirlwind journey to track the rising domination of the petrochemical industry and reveals a gamut of available solutions to "repower America" — from vertical farms that occupy skyscrapers to algae facilities that turn wastewater into fuel. This film illuminates a hopeful, achievable future, where decentralized, sustainable living is not only possible, it’s imperative.
Limited Tickets While Supplies Last
Open to Public, but you must RSVP to be guaranteed seating.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 217-4969
Very limited parking is available on premises and street. Please take public transportation if possible