Posts Tagged “documentary”

Can they really Fix BP’s Big Fix?

Originally published on Triple Pundit. By Carol Pierson Holding BP is putting a lot of money behind a TV commercial that opens with “This was the Gulf’s best tourism season in years.” In the sixty-second spot, businesses in Gulf cities like New Orleans and Panama City Florida invite tourists to come back. The ad is gorgeously filmed. Sparkling […]

‘Big Fix’ alleges oil-spill cover-ups

Originally published on HoumaToday.com   By Cara Bayles Josh Tickell said he did not set out to make his documentary, “The Big Fix,” when he traveled to Grand Isle in the summer of 2010. A local fishermen’s advocate says she plans to screen “The Big Fix” documentary film in Houma, Grand Isle and Plaquemines Parish […]

BP’s Gulf oil second wave 100 miles from shore, ‘Big Fix’ splashes LA

Originally published at Examiner.com Deborah Dupre, Human Rights Examiner Attorney Stuart Smith said Saturday that public concern is escalating as scientists fear fresh BP oil is surfacing at the Deepwater Horizon site is 100 miles from shore and critically acclaimed oil “spill” documentary “The Big Fix” premieres November 12th through the 14th in Los Angeles. The ongoing gushing oil into the […]

BP oil-spill doc ‘The Big Fix’ gets a local theatrical run

Originally published on nola.com By Mike Scott, The Times-Picayune Prepare to be ticked off. Fresh off its sold-out North American premiere at last month’s New Orleans Film Festival, the BP oil spill documentary “The Big Fix” gets a full run at the Chalmette Movies starting Friday (Nov. 4), giving non-festival-goers a chance to see what they missed.