Tuesday Night Film

“The Big Fix”

Documentary on BP Gulf Oil Spill

Tuesday evening, April 23, 6:30 pm, Bragg

Reception and Tabling, 6 pm

Facilitated Discussion Follows Film

Admission Free, Donations Appreciated

 

The Big Fix examines the April 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. The film exposes corporate malfeasance and the government’s complicity.

Sponsored by the All Souls Documentary Film Series, joined by cosponsors KC Move to Amend, MoveOn.org, and the KANZA and THB chapters of the Sierra Club.

 

The Documentary Series is looking for volunteer help in order for it to continue.  Interested?  Contact Carolyn MacDonald.

Our series emphasizes quality films with social justice themes that rarely make it to conventional movie theaters. Carolyn MacDonald, long time coordinator of our locally recognized Forum lecture series, facilitates this acclaimed documentary series in concert with a group of passionate volunteers.

Each screening is followed by a lively facilitated discussion. Admission is free and popcorn and snacks are available for a very nominal fee. No tickets or reservations are needed. The public is welcome.