Independent Short Films sponsored by Habitec Security
Teddy Roosevelt and Fracking
Directed by Jack Cochran and Pam Faulkenberg
29 minutes, 59 seconds
An experimental documental essay, Teddy Roosevelt and Fracking explores the beauty and fragility of the North Dakota, Wyoming and Montana landscapes, contrasting the vastness and stark loneliness of the relatively untouched wild areas with the terrible beauty of the oil derricks, fracking towers, natural gas burn offs, coal mines, machinery, trucks, energy installations and energy towns visual evidence of the recent boom and bust economy that echoes the cattle boom and bust of the 1880s. Teddys writings about the landscape and conservation combine with our images.
The Republican Movie
Directed by Jon Navarro
17 minutes, 37 seconds
Joseph Ocasta is a rising star in the GOP whos set on shaking up the system and disrupting the status quo in Washington, DC. Along the way, he makes enemies through his bullish, hard-nosed political stance. An assassination plot unfolds to eliminate him on election night. Life or death becomes all a matter of a single vote.
Writing the Peace
Directed by A.D. Cooper
10 minutes, 27 seconds
In May 1945, a document was signed that ended World War II in Europe. But who wrote the words that changed the course of the 20th Century? This film reveals that it was written by an actor turned soldier called John Counsell.
The trailer is here: https://www.hurcheonfilms.com/projects/6073848
Hayes Presidential Library & Museums Second Floor (View)
Fremont, OH 43420
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