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Title The fire next time [videorecording] / ITVS presents ; The Working Group / Not In Our Town Project presents ; a film by Patrice O'Neill ; director/producer/writer Patrice O'Neill ; produced in association with the Independent Television Service (ITVS) ; produced by the Working Group.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Docurama : Distributed in the U.S. by New Video Group, [2005]
2005

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Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 United Township HS SD 30 Stacks - UTSG-6  DVD 307.76 FIR    AVAILABLE
Description 1 videodisc (86 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
two-dimensional moving image tdi rdacontent
video v rdamedia
videodisc vd rdacarrier
System Details DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital stereo.
Performer Interviewees include Jim Dupont, Frank Garner, Brenda Kitterman, John Stokes, Chris Holding, Kerry Finley, Frederick Hammel, Bob Muth, Toni Plummer-Alvernaz, Ken Toole, Pam Kennedy, Don Murray, Karl Olson, J.B. Stone, Jerry O'Neill, John Trochmann, Carol and Mike Raiman, Scott and Robin Daumiller, Keith Hammer, Dan Heskett, Gary Hall, Randy Hansen, Robin Bissell, Kate Hunt, Dagon Browning, Joshua Closs, Steve Raiman, Bob Raiman, Elizabeth Kitterman, Oscar Hernandez, Jay Doyle, Andy Cannon, Cathy Barbouletos, Dan Blomquist, John Noyes, Laura Dickerson.
Credits Director of photography, Blake McHugh ; editor, Linda Peckham ; original soundtrack, Music Orange, Michael Lande, Blaise Smith.
Note Originally broadcast on July 12, 2005 as an episode of the PBS television program: POV [Point of view].
Summary The people of the Flathead Valley in Kalispell, Montana are used to thinking they live in "the last best place in America." However, the arrival of celebrities and wealthy retirees has driven up land values, while subdivisions and the infrastructure of tourism are eating up the open spaces natives and newcomers alike enjoy. The industrial base of logging, smelting, and millwork is eroding, and new environmental laws conflict with the working and recreational habits of many longtime residents. The tensions roiling northwestern Montana in many ways have turned rural America into today's political front line, with all sides caught in a tense web of conflict, intimidation, and public invective. If ordinary people can sometimes, through inaction, allow extremist violence to grow against friends and neighbors, how--once such a bitter and destructive turn is taken--can a community marshal the will to pull itself back together?
Contents Winding path -- Terror at home -- Finding an enemy -- Standing together -- Planned growth -- Deadly implications -- United majority -- Youthful audience -- Changing of the seasons -- Gate rally -- Working together -- Credits.
Note Special features: Filmmaker interview (18 min.); Filmmaker biography [text feature]; About Docurama [text feature]; Catalog/trailers.
Subject Social ecology -- Montana.
Hate speech -- United States.
Anti-environmentalism -- United States.
Environmentalism -- United States.
Freedom of speech -- Montana -- History -- 20th century.
Cities and towns -- Flathead River Valley (B.C. and Mont.) -- Growth.
Social conflict -- Flathead River Valley (B.C. and Mont.)
Social change -- Flathead River Valley (B.C. and Mont.)
Flathead River Valley (B.C. and Mont.) -- History.
Montana -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Genre/Form Documentary television programs.
Documentary films.
Added Author O'Neill, Patrice.
Independent Television Service.
Working Group, Inc.
Docurama (Firm)
New Video Group.
Added Title POV (Television program)
ISBN 0767086317
9780767086318
Standard No. 767685975831
Music No. NVG-9758 New Video Group
9758 New Video Group

 
    
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