Woods Hole Film Festival Feature: "Who Killed the Electric Car?"

Screening of feature documentary at the Woods Hole Film Festival

Who Killed the Electric Car? will be shown on Friday evening, August 4th at 8:30pm-ish (when it gets dark).

The documentary is being shown at Pie in the Sky as a Project Green Screen Event, an outdoor screening powered by renewable energy, either wind or solar. 

Who Killed the Electric Car? is a Feature Documentary distributed by Sony Pictures Classics and rated PG

The film  chronicles the life and mysterious death of the GM EV1, examining its cultural and economic ripple effects and how they reverberated through the halls of government and big business. The year is 1990. California is in a pollution crisis. Inspired by a recent announcement from General Motors about an electric vehicle prototype, the Zero Emissions Mandate (ZEV) is born. But the electric car threatened the status quo. The truth behind its demise resembles the climactic outcome of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express: multiple suspects, each taking their turn with the knife.

Who Killed the Electric Car? interviews and investigates automakers, legislators, engineers, consumers and car enthusiasts from Los Angeles to Detroit , to work through motives and alibis, and to piece the complex puzzle together.

Year: 2006, Length: 92 min., Format: various, Origin: California, USA
Producer/Director: Jessie Deeter, Chris Paine
Cinematographer: Thaddeus Wadleigh
Editor: Michael Kovalenko, Chris A. Peterson

For more information, log onto www.whokilledtheelectriccar.com.
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