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Interested in Showing Our Movie? Here’s What You Need to Know

We've been absolutely thrilled with the number of groups interested in showing our movie, A Chemical Reaction, about the first town in North America that ever banned lawn and garden pesticides. Given that, however, we need to clarify a few things: RELEASE TIMING — Right now, we are still limiting screenings to film festivals and selected private or semi-public events. Our goal is to build a buzz through hig ...

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Former Chemical Applicator Comes Clean

“What to hell was I thinking?” That was how a former kingpin of the chemical lawn care industry opened his interview with us this past week. Though we cannot divulge the name of the individual until later in 2010, he did consent to being filmed for the movie A Chemical Reaction. During December, his comments will be edited into the film in time for our flurry of spring screenings. “When I look back on it no ...

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Thoughts on Our Movie

As we prepare our media kit for the spring flurry of film festivals and other screenings of A Chemical Reaction, we had some fun pulling together some of the best quotes of the last few months: “Fascinating. Enlightening. Frightening. A Chemical Reaction kept my audience rapt with attention! This film should be required viewing.” — Greg von Hausch, Director, Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival “Paul ...

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2010 Movie/Speaking Schedule Rounding into Form

Now that I'm officially back in from the road for the remainder of 2009, it's time to focus on next year. Numerous details are still being worked out, but our 2010 spring schedule is taking shape nicely. In many cities, I'll be speaking about natural lawn care and landscaping and showing the movie. In others, we'll just show the movie and offer up a question-and-answer session thereafter. Please check back ...

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Intern Needed

Do you know an organized person with time on their hands? With the overwhelming interest in our movie, our foundation plans to add an intern in charge of coordination of movie screenings. Here is the official posting: The SafeLawns Foundation is seeking an intern to assist with scheduling, promotion and accounting of a feature-length film throughout 2010. Responsibilities include logging all inquiries, deve ...

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Just Three Days Until Vermont Premiere

With two screenings of our movie, A Chemical Reaction, scheduled for Burlington, Vt., this Wednesday, the region's largest newspaper published the most comprehensive story yet: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/article/20091115/LIVING09/91113022/-A-Chemical-Reaction--film-explores-dangers-lurking-in-lawns. The director, Brett Plymale, and I will be there. Please stop by to say hello. ...

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Vermont Premiere Just a Week Away

4 LOCAL COMPANIES BRING CONTROVERSIAL FILM TO BURLINGTON Vermont Launches A Chemical Reaction BURLINGTON, VT. — On the heels of a sellout premieres at the World Film Festival in Montreal and across the United States, the inspirational, yet controversial documentary A Chemical Reaction will come to Burlington for its Vermont premiere Nov. 18 for 7 and 9 p.m, screenings at the Main Street Landing. Sponsored b ...

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Web Site Hacked

We learned yesterday that the web site for our film, A Chemical Reaction, was hacked on Tuesday, Nov. 10. We're doing all we can to get it back up and on-line . . . not that we're web experts! And not that we're paranoid, but it's certainly curious timing that our site was hacked the day after the U.S. Premiere of the film at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival . . . ...

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After U.S. Premiere, Next Up: Orono, Maine

"Riveting" "Enthralling" "The most important movie ever made about community activism!" These were just some of the comments Monday night after the official U.S. Premiere of A Chemical Reaction at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. More than 160 people attended. "People were glued to their seats, for both the movie and the question-and-answer period afterward," said the director of the prestigi ...

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