Toxic Soup 2011

Toxic Soup made its broadcast TV premiere on Free Speech TV and is currently available on HULU. The movie has been broadcast internationally on Explora TV, Press TV and Ushuaia TV, and French Connection Films has signed on to distribute the DVD overseas. It's the politics of pollution as corporations manipulate the system, delaying environmental reform and endangering the health of communities across the world. "Toxic Soup" features interviews with Bill Clinton and Morgan Spurlock, music by Never Got Caught and animation by Eric Leiser and Jason Brubaker.

Official Selection of the 2010 Atlanta Film Festival, New Jersey Film Festival, Twin Cities Film Festival, Louisville International Festival of Film, KahBang Film Festival and the American Conservation Film Festival, among others.

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Banjo Pickin @ DocuDay LA 2011

As part of DocuDay LA 2011, the International Documentary Association hosted a screening of the Academy Award nominated documentary "Gasland," a powerful expose on the process of fracking, a process used to mine and capture natural gas that has been contaminating water supplies across the country with industrial chemicals. Afterward "Gasland" director Josh Fox treated the audience to an entertaining banjo performance. Man Bites Dog Films provided the videography for the event. [vimeo id="21601400"]

Also if you enjoyed "Gasland," you may be interested in checking out the Man Bites Dog Films documentary "Toxic Soup," which was also released in 2010. "Toxic Soup" screened at the Atlanta Film Festival, the American Conservation Film Festival, the New Jersey Film Festival, the Louisville International Festival of Film, the Twin Cities Film Festival, the West Virginia Filmmakers Festival and the KahBang Film Festival.

It's the politics of pollution as giant corporations manipulate the system to delay environmental reform, endangering the lives of people all over the world for increased profits. “Toxic Soup” shares the stories of everyday folks fighting to keep their blood, water and air free from pollution. The documentary connects patterns of pollution in places as far away as Bhopal, India and Institute, WV and features interviews with Bill Clinton and director Morgan Spurlock.