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"Waste Away" Documentary Film (in progress)

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For quite a while, I've had a documentary film project sitting on the back burner, and the time has come for me to devote a lot more attention to the idea and develop it into something more.

The film is called Waste Away, and it explores what happens when we discard our trash, in whichever form it may take.

Largely inspired by Paul Wheaton's podcasts, the film covers waste management from a permacultural perspective, with an emphasis on Zero-Waste solutions.

Paul has graciously accepted my invitation to sit down for an interview somewhere near Temecula next month.

As it's difficult to write out a script for a documentary, I'm hoping to let the project unfold naturally and lead me where it wants to go.

That said, I'm looking for some well-known faces I can interview to establish a bit more credibility with my audience. If anyone has any connections to people who might have a unique perspective, please help me get in touch with them.

In the meantime, I would be ecstatic if you were to like my new facebook page, just a few hours old at this point. https://www.facebook.com/WasteAwayFilm

Help me spread the word to the people who can take this message and run with it to create real change in your communities.

Thanks so much!
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