Film - Fuel - WINNER @ Sundance for Best Documentary Audience Award! (see above trailer)
— David Selig, owner of Rice Restaurants, whose delivery vans run on used vegetable oil.
— Brent Baker, founder and CEO of Tri-State Biodiesel, educator and producer of biodiesel fuel since the fuel emerged in the United States about 15 years ago.
With America so dependent on oil, filmmaker Joshua Tickell sets out to prove that biodiesel, made from vegetable oil, is a viable alternative. Although politicians and energy execs have done their best to quell it, the benefits of biodiesel are real. This documentary (winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance) chronicles Tickell’s quest to popularize the untraditional fuel source, citing the environmental and economic advantages the country could reap by adopting it.
Green Edge Films highlights creative and insightful films - short and feature length - that bring to light various topics that are directly related to the Green Edge mission statement, “to educate and inspire action toward a sustainable future."
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