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Films with: Greene, Robert

Bisbee '17
"Bisbee '17 is a nonfiction feature film by award-winning filmmaker Robert Greene set in Bisbee, Arizona, an eccentric old mining town just miles away from both Tombstone and the Mexican border. Radically combining collaborative documentary, western and musical elements, the film follows several members of the close knit community as they attempt to reckon with their town's darkest hour. In 1917, nearly two-thousand immigrant miners, on strike for better wages and safer working conditions, were violently rounded up by their armed neighbors, herded onto cattle cars, shipped to the middle of the New Mexican desert and left there to die. This long-buried and largely forgotten event came to be known as the Bisbee Deportation."--Film website: https://www.bisbee17.com/about.
DVD 12947
Kate plays Christine
In preparation for a film role, actor Kate Lyn Sheil conducts an investigation into the death of Christine Chubbock, a Sarasota, Florida newscaster who in 1974 committed suicide on the the air, the event that served as inspiration for Sidney Lumet's Oscar-winning film Network.
DVD 12851
Owning the weather
Documentary focusing on the idea that geoengineering may be necessary to cope with human-introduced climate change, and the controversies surrounding the idea of modifying the weather. Includes interviews with scientists looking at the issue, along with dissenters, and looks at early attempts to control the weather, mainly through cloud seeding.
DVD 7423