The End of Suburbia
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|The End of Suburbia|
|Directed by||Gregory Greene|
|Produced by||Barry Silverthorn|
|Written by||Gregory Greene|
|Music by||Ken Vandevrie|
|Edited by||Barry Silverthorn|
The Electric Wallpaper Co.
|Distributed by||The Electric Wallpaper Co.|
The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream is a 2004 documentary film concerning peak oil and its implications for the suburban lifestyle, written and directed by Toronto-based filmmaker Gregory Greene.
The film is hosted by Canadian broadcaster Barrie Zwicker and features discussions with James Howard Kunstler, Peter Calthorpe, Michael Klare, Richard Heinberg, Matthew Simmons, Michael Ruppert, Julian Darley, Colin Campbell, Kenneth S. Deffeyes, Ali Samsam Bakhtiari and Steve Andrews.
In 2007, Greene released a sequel called Escape from Suburbia.
- Matthew Simmons as Himself
- Richard Heinberg as Himself
- Michael Ruppert as Himself
- James Howard Kunstler as Himself
- Steve Andrews as Himself
- Ali Samsam Bakhtiari as Himself
- Peter Calthorpe as Himself
- Colin Campbell as Speaker
- Dick Cheney as Himself (archive footage)
- Julian Darley as Himself
- Kenneth S. Deffeyes as Himself
- Michael Klare as Himself
- Barrie Zwicker as Host
- Official website
- It's the End of the World as We Know It - film review by the Baltimore Chronicle
- "Running on Empty - The End of Suburbia and the future slums of Irvine" (film review)
- Review Summary - The NY Times
- The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream on IMDb
- The End of Suburbia // The chutry experiment, May 2006
- Post Carbon Institute
- Escape From Suburbia (2007)
- Global Oil Watch - Extensive peak oil library
- Are We Drunk On Oil?
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