In the Hills and Hollows

Director:   Keely Kernan
Year:   2016
Language:   English
Time:   77 minutes

West Virginia's economic development has been hostage to its topography and its geology. Coal has given both good and bad economic times and social upheavals. Fracked natural gas may do the same. This film looks at the current fracking boom in northern West Virginia and its effects on the communities it has disrupted.

Not Rated.

This is a special presentation in conjunction with the American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF).


About the director Keely Kernan.

Click here to view the film trailer.

About the 2018 American Conservation Film Festival.