Everything’s Cool, a feature-length documentary film about ‘global warming messengers,’ will screen at the Cinema Village in New York City and at the Laemmle Grande 4-Plex in downtown Los Angeles November 23-29. Climate Science Watch director Rick Piltz and the filmmakers will do a Q&A session at the 7 p.m. screening on Friday, November 23, in New York.

The film features writer/activist Bill McKibben, author of The End of Nature and organizer of the Step It Up global warming campaign; investigative journalist Ross Gelbspan, author of The Heat is On and Boiling Point; Heidi Cullen, the climate scientist on The Weather Channel; Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus, authors of The Death of Environmentalism and Break Through; Climate Science Watch director Rick Piltz; and Bish Neuhouser, grassroots homemade biodiesel pioneer.

Everything’s Cool had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on January 19, 2007, where it was screened as part of the juried competition for best U.S. feature-length independent documentary. It has been screened at film festivals nationwide and internationally and at community events. 

New York City screening info:

Cinema Village
22 East 12th Street
New York, New York 10003
(212) 924-3363
Showtimes: 1:10 PM, 3:20 PM, 5:10 PM, 7:00 PM, 9:10 PM
Tickets may be purchased online.

Special NYC Question & Answer sessions:

Fri. Nov 23rd 7:00pm w/ filmmakers Daniel B. Gold, Judith Helfand and Adam Wolfensohn with character Rick Piltz
Sat Nov. 24th 1:10pm w/ filmmaker Judith Helfand and Greenpeace
Sat Nov. 24th 7:00pm w/ filmmaker Judith Helfand
Sun. Nov 25th 7:00pm w/ filmmakers Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand and Green Drinks
Mon. Nov 26th 7:00pm w/ filmmaker Daniel B. Gold and NY League of Conservation Voters
Tues. Nov 27th 7:00pm (limited seating left) w/ filmmakers Judith Helfand and Adam Wolfensohn and NRDC
Thur. Nov. 29th 7:00pm w/ filmmaker Adam Wolfensohn and Hazon

Los Angeles screening info:

Laemmle Grande 4-Plex
345 S. Figueroa Street
Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90048
(213) 617-0268
Showtimes: Fri-Sun: 1:10 PM, 3:20 PM, 5:30 PM, 7:40 PM, 10:00 PM
Mon – Thurs: 5:30 PM, 7:40 PM
Tickets may be purchased online.

Here’s the trailer for the film.

Movie Review
From Time Out New York magazine, Nov. 22-28

This smarty-pants cousin of An Inconvenient Truth goes easy on the pie charts and graphs, focusing instead on lambasting mercenary global-warming deniers and celebrating a cross-section of individuals trying to do something, however small, about it. Directors Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand­—whose 2002 Blue Vinyl explored the hazards of PVC­—are irreverent but not flippant, and their evident conviction that individual activism isn’t futile is a refreshing alternative to the oppressive gloom of most documentaries on the subject of catastrophic climate change. They don’t downplay the material’s seriousness, but they know a spoonful of humor helps the message go down.