Director: Josh Fox. 107 min. Documentary.
A 2010 Oscar-nominated eye-opening documentary on the process of hydraulic fracturing (or "fracking"), which like many other environment protection films, you owe yourself to watch. Money-hungry groups (most prominently Halliburton) drill shale rock from the Earth's crust across the US to produce natural gas. The result: your tap water goes up in flames by the flicker of a lighter - amid other environmental travesties. You may want to know more about the process, as it may come to your door soon.