‘The River Red’ a documentary film from the Redford Center is planned for release in early 2012

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From the Switchboard (Barry Nelson):

Early next year, the Redford Center will release a documentary on the Colorado River called The River Red, directed by Mark Decena. (Take a moment to follow the film on Facebook) [ed. and Twitter @riverredfilm]. The film couldn’t come at a better time. The Colorado, and the seven Western states that depend on it, face unprecedented challenges…

The team producing The River Red is hoping to help meet this challenge for a new vision of the future of the Colorado River. They’ve spent the past year filming people across the Basin, examining the importance of the river, the challenges facing it today (like oil shale production) and pointing the way to promising solutions.

Especially if you live in the West, take a moment to forward The River Red’s web site to friends and colleagues. More than 20 million people, from Denver to San Diego, have a great deal at stake. And all of them can be part of the solution.

More Colorado River basin coverage here.

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