What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire
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|What A Way To Go: Life at the End of Empire|
|Directed by||Timothy S. Bennett|
|Produced by||Sally Erickson|
|Written by||Timothy S. Bennett|
|Starring||Thomas Berry, William Catton, Gerald Cecil, Douglas Crawford-Brown, Sally Erickson, Lyle Estill, Chellis Glendinning, Otis Graham, Richard Heinberg, Derrick Jensen, Jerry Mander, Richard Manning, Stuart Pimm, Ran Prieur, Daniel Quinn, Paul Roberts, William Schlesinger|
|Narrated by||Timothy S. Bennett|
|Music by||Original score by Chamber Corps (Chris Rossi and James Hepler)|
“Let’s Build a Boat” Written and Performed by Brian Hall
|Distributed by||VisionQuest Pictures|
What A Way To Go: Life at the End of Empire is a 2007 documentary film about the current situation facing humanity and the world.
It discusses issues such as peak oil, climate change and the effects of global warming, population overshoot and species extinction, as well as how this situation has developed. The documentary features supporting data and interviews of Daniel Quinn, environmental activist Derrick Jensen and academics such as Richard Heinberg and many others.
The tagline of the documentary is, "A middle-class white guy comes to grips with Peak Oil, Climate Change, Mass Extinction, Population Overshoot and the demise of the American lifestyle."
- Review on The Social Contract Press
- "Meet the Filmmakers", interview of Sally Erickson and Tim Bennett
- What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire on IMDb
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