The global energy documentary I scored called SWITCH (2012) is racking up sold out screenings in theaters all over the country. It won "Best of the Fest" at the first film festival it premiered at and is currently scheduled to open in over a dozen cities around the country. It's one of the more important films I've scored and I'm really proud to have been a part of it.
The film takes a hard look at our usage of energy around the world, lays out obstacles to improve it, and paves a few pathways to ensuring the people of the world have affordable and efficient energy for generations to come. Right now the picture isn't too rosy. It's one of the more comprehensive and entertaining documentaries I've seen tackling the subject of global energy. Anybody interested in making the "switch" to something other than oil or coal should take a look.
There are screenings scheduled all over the country. Chances are there will be one near you soon. The web site is pretty cool. It's not just a site set up to talk about a film but it explores in great detail more information the film didn't cover. It's an educational supplement to the film where audience members can explore further. It's pretty cool. Check it out!