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Split estate

Author: Debra AndersonJoe DayAvery GarrettJean WendtKen SalazarAll authors
Publisher: Oley, Pa. : Bullfrog Films, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Imagine discovering that you don't own the mineral rights under your land, and that an energy company plans to drill for natural gas two hundred feet from your front door. Imagine finding that you have little or no recourse to protect your home or land from such development. [The film] maps a tragedy in the making, as citizens in the path of a new drilling boom in the Rocky Mountain West struggle against the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television programs
Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Environmental television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Documentary films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Debra Anderson; Joe Day; Avery Garrett; Jean Wendt; Ken Salazar; Bill Ritter; Dave Bowden; Doug Crawford; Tim Anderson; Chris Jonas; Michael Stearns; Molly Sturges; Ron Sunsinger; Joe West; Ali MacGraw; Michelle Nijhuis; Music Box (Musical group); Red Rock Pictures (Firm); Bullfrog Films.; OnEarth; Planet Green (Television network)
ISBN: 9781594588976 159458897X
OCLC Number: 466108868
Language Note: English with optional subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Notes: Inspired by "Wrecking the Rockies," written by Michelle Nijhuis, in On Earth magazine, Summer 2006 issue.
Originally produced in 2009, and aired as a world television premiere on October 17, 18, 22, and 23 [2009] as part of the Reel Impact series on Planet Green.
Special features: "Split estate - the basics" featurette (15 min.); "Community action" featurette (5 min.); "Health effects" extended interviews (12 min.); "Legal action" extended interviews (10 min.); original trailer (4 min.).
Credits: Cinematographers, Debra Anderson, Dave Bowden, Doug Crawford ; editor, Debra Anderson ; music by Tim Anderson, Chris Jonas, Music Box, Michael Stearns, Molly Sturges, Ron Sunsinger, Joe West ; narrator, Ali MacGraw.
Performer(s): Featuring Ken Salazar, Bill Ritter, Jr., Dr. Theo Colborn, Amy Mall, Laura Amos, Weston Wilson, Gilbert Armenta, Lance Astrella, Chris and Steve Mobaldi, Daniel Thau Teitelbaum.
Description: 1 videodisc (76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; NTSC, region 1 ; Dolby Digitial 5.1 surround sound; widescreen.
Contents: Introduction --
Split estate & drilling boom --
Brief policy overview --
Garfield County, CO: the Bells --
San Juan County, NM: Gilbert Armenta --
Historic family cemetery --
Hydraulic fracturing and toxic chemicals --
Industrial accidents: Hoffmeister well fire --
Divide Creek seep --
Industry downplays environmental impacts --
Laura Amos story --
Dee Hoffmeister --
EPA's Weston Wilson, whistleblower --
Mobaldis feel the effects --
Infrared film reveals contamination --
Community in crisis --
Communities fight back --
Policy makers tackle issues --
Legislative change and some hope --
Drilling in 32 states & solutions --
Credits.
Other Titles: Split estate, the basics.
What you don't know can hurt you
Reel impact (Television program)
Responsibility: Red Rock Pictures presents ; a film by Debra Anderson ; written by Joe Day, Avery Garrett, Jean Wendt ; produced and directed by Debra Anderson.
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"Imagine discovering that you don't own the mineral rights under your land, and that an energy company plans to drill for natural gas two hundred feet from your front door. Imagine finding that you have little or no recourse to protect your home or land from such development. [The film] maps a tragedy in the making, as citizens in the path of a new drilling boom in the Rocky Mountain West struggle against the erosion of their civil liberties, their communities and their health."--Container.

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