Through the Lens: Happening

Radiowest KUER
Interview with Doug Fabrizio There’s a lot of talk about renewable energy these days. But what’s really happening? Will renewables ever replace fossil fuels? In a new documentary, filmmaker James Redford travels the country to find out just how far renewable energy can take us Listen to Interview Here

Future of clean energy moves ahead in Trump era

MSNBC Morning Joe
President Trump reduced the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, two national monuments in Utah, on Monday. Director James Redford discusses his new doc on clean energy and Trump's impact on the environment. Watch Interview Here

“Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” gives us hope for the future
The environment has been a topic of interest (and concern) since I was a child back in the 1960’s. From Woodsy the Owl’s campaign, “Give a Hoot, Don’t Pollute” to Smokey the Bear’s “Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires” there was some spark within me that pushed me to appreciate, learn, and care about nature. But now, in today’s global meltdown, literally, the environmental issues are staring us in the face. READ MORE

December 14: Through the Lens | Happening
Join us December 14th at 7pm at Rose Wagner Theatre (38 W Broadway, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101) for a FREE Through The Lens film screening of HAPPENING: A Clean Energy Revolution READ MORE HERE

Interview with Jill Tidman with KPLR Channel 11

KPLR Channel 11
TV interview with HAPPENING Producer, Jill Tidman. Watch interview

HAPPENING interview: Jill Tidman, Producer in conversation with Paul Harris KTRS

KTRS Radio St. Louis
Here's my conversation with Jill Tidman, executive director of The Redford Center and producer of "Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution," in which Jamie Redford (yes, Robert's son) travels the country meeting people who are part of the grassroots effort to fight climate change with renewable energy rather than fossil fuels. Listen to interview

Embracing Clean Energy

St. Louis Jewish Light
It’s a homecoming of sorts for Jill Rosenblum Tidman, who is bringing her documentary “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” to the St. Louis International Film Festival at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, at the Tivoli Theatre. (For a list of SLIFF films with special Jewish interest see Page 14.) Tidman, who celebrated her bat mitzvah at Traditional Congregation and graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School in 1990, produced the film with Jamie Redford (Robert’s son). Tidman also serves as executive director of the Redford Center, based in Berkeley, Calif., which works to harness the impact of storytelling through film and new media to increase awareness about social and pressing environmental issues. READ MORE HERE

This is what America's eco city of the future looks like

Ross has appeared in a National Geographic documentary, a forthcoming film about clean energy for HBO directed by James Redford (son of Robert) and in this year’s follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth, which saw the advocate and former vice-president Al Gore visit Georgetown. READ MORE HERE

HAPPENING: A Clean Energy Revolution, review by Don Schwartz

The Marin Post
HAPPENING is James Redford’s most personal film, and I mean that literally. The veteran filmmaker hosts and narrates his journeys across America, and includes his daughter and wife in the story. Redford is making a point. Renewable energy is happening—rapidly. He visits a variety of clean energy sources—from the very small to the enormous—speaking with their representatives, learning about the current state-of-the-art in providing renewable energy to the world. There are two over-arching forces of change at work: The need to reduce pollution and global warming, and the positive economic impacts of renewable energies. READ MORE HERE

Mill Valley Film Festival Turns 40: HAPPENING premiere

Pacific Sun
Fairfax director James Redford returns with another conscience-raising environmental film, Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution. Redford tries to determine whether the movement toward clean energy will ultimately be squashed by corporations and utilities. “I embark on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier,” he says. “Today, most Americans understand and accept the reality of climate change. But as disturbing evidence and imagery continues to mount, many of us feel increasingly uncertain about what we, as individuals, can do.” READ MORE HERE