“A Fierce Green Fire” is heading for Sundance

My client Mark Kitchell’s film “A Fierce Green Fire” is two hours’ attempt to embrace the history of environmental activism and it still must drop from discussion at least two hours more. Connie Field’s history of the anti-apartheid struggle needed at least seven hours to tell some of the story in “Have You Heard From Johannesburg”. In “A Fierce Green Fire” I had hoped to see scenes from the oil spill at Santa Barbara and the anti-nuclear movement I participated in but the documentary form must encase itself in the attention span of theatrical entertainment. Oh well. The Fierce Green Fire will hold you for two hours easily. It should be a series and television may be the correct medium for it instead of the cinema hall.

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