Alpheus Media, Inc. co-produced this documentary with Robert Redford’s Sundance Preserve. The 30-minute film examines the struggle between energy and the environment through the story of a coalition of mayors and ranchers in Texas who opposed 18 coal-fired power plants, showing how the actions of ordinary Texans made an impact in a struggle over air quality.
Film & Photo Research and Archive Coordinator
Utilized extensive network of contacts to negotiate, secure, and license photo/footage needs within limited budget constraints for award-winning short documentary, written and directed for Robert Redford’s Sundance Foundation.
- Premiered at the 2007 Sundance Summit.
- Official selection of 9 film festivals in 4 countries.
- Winner of the 2008 Red Rock Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short Indie and Audience Award for Best Documentary Short.
- Winner of the 2008 Wild and Scenic Film Festival Jury Prize.