Kalamazoo, River: US
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Dueling narrators face off in a comedic docu-musical debate about the fate of one heavily polluted river. The Kalamazoo was described in the late 1960s as "having the color and consistency of a blueberry milkshake." Inside Kalamazoo, River: US, 'Nature' narrator Malcolm Drury (Eric McConnell) details the rich history of the Kalamazoo River leading up to its current status as an 80-mile long "Superfund Mega-Site" from PCB contamination, while Maxx Buccs (opera singer David Gordon) sings his commentary from the perspective of 'Industry,' leading to a Blazing Saddles-esque finale along the banks of the river itself. Stock footage, interviews, and a fake music video also contribute to this examination of humankind's impact on fresh water supplies. The movie is an exploration of both the relationship between a natural waterway and the city which took its name, and of the broader relationship between industry and nature.

Sunday 12/27/09

The Strutt
773 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49007, (269) 492-7200
Showtimes at 7pm, 9:30pm and Midnight!  $3 admission! 
Come have a beer and experience the spirit of the holiday season while contemplating water pollution.

We have a new web site! DVDs are officially for sale! One premiere and six showings have been held. Those local to the Kalamazoo area can now buy shirts and DVDs at either Kazoo Books locations - 407 N. Clarendon or 2413 Parkview. Unique holiday present anyone? Help us spread the word and raise funds to submit to as many film festivals as possible!

Check out the Michigan Radio / NPR interview.

Read our other recent press about the Kalamazoo, River:US movie.