Thursday, April 26, 2012

Announcing the digital release of the documentary Windfall.

Announcing the digital release of Laura Israel's Extrordinary documentary Windfall.
This critically-acclaimed film exposes the dark side of wind energy development and it's potential for highly profitable financial scams.

Directed by: Laura Israel
Runtime: 1 hour 23 minutes
Release year: 2012

Wind power... It's green... It's good... It reduces our dependency on foreign oil. But does it? Or, is it merely a highly profitable financial scam for the many wind energy developers looking to erect industrial wind turbines in a town near you? Windfall explores these extremely controversial questions and gives us a new perspective on a hot topic issue.
Windfall Trailer (2012). When a group of townspeople discover the impacts that a 400-foot high windmill could bring to their community
More info, trailer and clips here

link here to purchase Windfall on Amazon


Anonymous said...

Pandy, I've got an idea for another wind film...BP Zombies Invade the Cape.

Think about it - those vacant stares by Madden, Hopper, Zedick, Gross and now Chandler. Instead of having them get a lease hook into the Rienbeck Gang, they could do their eating and sucking thing with Rienbeck, Edsall, Mason, Mason and Wood-Wood-Wood.

Ha! A Big Wind blood lust. They'd all walk and stare like TR. We'd all run for our homes and Aubreys. Some of us would be caught and chewed on, just like the good old days when the zombies were in power.

In the end the zombies would pass a FEIS and smile (finally) figuring they've finally had the town for dinner. But, the Cape is saved thanks to Big Zombie Dick Edsall, who so pissed everyone off that the town rallied and drove all the zombies off the town dock into oblivion.

Nice idea, huh? I'll start working on the screenplay.

TI said...

Windfall - see it!

$15 to buy the movie....$4 for a three day rental. A bargain either way.

I hope you will download this movie and share it with friends. Those who did not have the opportunity to see it when it showed in Clayton last year missed a unique opportunity to better understand this whole wind issue.

Anonymous said...

I saw this movie at the Little Theater in Roch.
It is an amazing glimpse into the reality of wind energy and how it tears communities apart.
Several people sitting by me said this movie could have been about their community .