Red Rock Pictures is proud to announce that Split Estate will broadcast on Planet Green, a Discovery Channel, on October 17.
Planet Green is the multi-platform media destination devoted to the environment. Available in 57 million homes, Planet Green is the center for a new conversation, speaking to people who want to understand how humans impact the planet and how to live a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle.
Split Estate will air as a part of Reel Impact, Planet Green’s new eco-documentary film series. Reel Impact is making its splash with enviro classics like the Emmy-award winning An Inconvenient Truth, Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man and The 11th Hour (narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio), and is featuring groundbreaking new works such as No Impact Man, The Last Beekeeper and our own film which poignantly drives home the need for real alternatives to domestic oil and gas development.
Catch Split Estate on October 17 at 8 pm EDT (7pm CDT, 6pm MDT, and 5pm PDT) and on Thursday, October 22 at 11pm EDT (10pm CDT, 9pm MDT, and 8pm PDT).
- Raise awareness in your community and host a Split Estate viewing party in your home on the 17th.
- Help us publicize the broadcast! Spread the word to your friends, neighbors and colleagues. If you are the head of an organization or citizen action group, share the news with your membership by downloading the e-announcement
- Join your community at pre-release screenings scheduled in Colorado, New Mexico, California, Arkansas, Pennsylvania and New York. For more information about locations and times, please visit: http://www.splitestate.com/events_and_screenings.html
The Team at Red Rock Pictures gratefully acknowledges Working Films and its Good Pitch partners, the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program, The Fledgling Fund, and SILVERDOCS Film Festival for their generous support in shepherding Split Estate to its broadcast.
About Sharon Wilson
Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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