entertains, educates, inspires and empowers young and old alike to
become active in the green movement. In upbeat fashion, it highlights
numerous sustainable energy solutions available right now, and provides
pathways for integrating thse into homes, communities, states and
This movie's personal story of its
director Josh Dupre' Tickell and his mother, Deborah Dupre' from South
Louisiana's Cancer Alley, gives the movie appeal unlike any other
documentary. Deborah Dupre's interviews reportedly resonate in the
hearts of those seeing it. Everyone has or had a mother. We are all children of the same Mother Earth.
is so powerful and relevant, teachers across the country are giving
extra credit to their students who see it. The truth and hope that FUEL offers is unparalleled in today's movie industry.
has been extended seven weeks to date at AMC Broadway Theater on Santa
Monica's Promenade. If this is any indication of how successful this
film will be on the national scale, the paradigm shift to domestic
energy may be sooner than we had thought.
information about FUEL, its director, cast and other details, see
www.thefuelfilm.com. For more information about Deborah Dupre', see