Oil on Ice *Award Winning*, Locally-Produced Film About the Arctic Refuge
Jewish Community Center
3200 California Street
San Francisco, CA
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is on the top of the Bush Administration\\\'s hit list for the new term.
Oil on Ice, which had its San Francisco premiere at the Film Arts Festival, is have an encore screening at the Jewish Community Center, 8 pm Wednesday 12/8.
Check out the Oil on Ice web site for more information including a 4-minute short film that touches the issues of the documentary. Then, please go see this beautiful documentary and experience the real story behind protecting America\\\'s last, great wild places... It\\\'s not too late to protect the Refuge. Americans need to know what\\\'s at stake.
Presented by California Academy of Sciences and Sierra Club, Jewish Community Center, 3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA (directions).
Short Description: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, one of America’s last great wild places, faces a greater threat of being opened – and destroyed – by the oil industry than ever before. Local filmmakers Dale Djerassi and Bo Boudart invite you to see their award-winning documentary Oil on Ice. Visually stunning, the film examines the controversy over drilling for oil in the Arctic Refuge and shows how the choices we make today affect not only the future of a national treasure, but also the way America addresses its energy needs.