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A FILM FROM THE HEART OF COAL COUNTRY ASKS WHO CONTROLS OUR NATURAL RESOURCES

November 1, 2010


A FILM FROM THE HEART OF COAL COUNTRY ASKS WHO CONTROLS OUR NATURAL RESOURCES

NOV. 4 - 6:30PM - DISCOVERY WORLD - FREE ADMISSION
DEEP DOWN

Milwaukee, WI -- (October 26, 2010) Attendees at the MPTV Community Cinema, on November 4, will have a chance to share their views and information on who should control our natural resources. The open discussion follows a 60-minute preview of the Independent Lens film DEEP DOWN, in which eastern Kentucky residents, engage in a battle for economic survival versus saving natural mountain tops. MPTV General Manager Ellis Bromberg will moderate the discussion. Guest panelist Joseph Jacobsen, MATC associate dean-environmental studies and director of ECAM and energy, will contribute his expertise to the discussion.

The screening and discussion will be held at the Discovery World's Innovation Theater, 500 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee. Free parking is available on adjacent streets or in the underground lot for $1. For more information, contact Darlyne Haertlein, MPTV Outreach Services, 414-297-7518.
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The film will broadcast on MPTV 10.1 HD, on Tue., Nov. 23, at 9 p.m.

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