ONE EARTH PRODUCTIONS, LAMBERT RELEASING and FLICK NATION are proud to present FIVE PAIRS OF TICKETS to ANY SCREENING of GREEDY LYING BASTARDS, a provocative documentary that investigates the stalled efforts to tackle climate change. SCREENINGS ARE HELD AT THE GRAND LAKE THEATER, in Oakland, California.

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GREEDY LYING BASTARDS investigates the reason behind stalled efforts to tackle climate change despite the consensus in the scientific community that it is not only a reality, but also a growing problem that is placing us on the brink of disaster. GREEDY LYING BASTARDS is released by One Earth Productions and Lambert Releasing, runs for 90 minutes, is in English, and is MPAA rated PG-13 for brief strong language.

Hurricane Sandy. Wildfires in the West. “Brown Outs” in the East. Record drought in farm counties. Climate change is no longer a prediction for the future but a startling reality of today. The U.S. Pentagon believes it to be a matter of national and international security. Yet, as the evidence of climate change mounts, and the scientific consensus proves human causation, there continues to be no political action to thwart the warming of our planet. Filmmaker and political activist Craig Rosebraugh details the people and organizations casting doubt on climate change and claims that greenhouse gases are not affected by human behavior. From the reKoch Brothers to ExxonMobil, to prominent Senators and Justices, this provocative expose unravels the layers of deceit threatening the ability for future generations to survive on the planet.

Author: Dennis Willis

Dennis Willis is an award-winning producer, TV host, producer, director, editor (he preferred Avid until a torrid affair with Adobe Premiere, and the rest is history), author and film critic (print and radio). Dennis produced and hosted the TV programs Reel Life, FilmTrip, Soundwaves (1983-2008) and produces the annual Soundwaves Xmas program. He is currently the film critic on KGO Radio in San Francisco, and a member of both the San Francisco Film Critics Circle and the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

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