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“Above All Else“
pipeline transformed the fight against climate change in America.
and activists in East Texas who tried to stop construction of the
Keystone XL pipeline, which is slated to carry tar sands oil from Canada
to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. Through their journeys, the film
tells the story of how the battle over Keystone has affected the larger
fight against climate change. The film’s characters risk financial
ruin, their personal safety, and their homes. Their stories become both
an exploration of the human spirit and a window into how social change
happens in America.
John Fiege – Director/Producer/Cinematographer
Daryl Hannah, Julia Butterfly Hill, Janet MacGillvray Wallace & Paul Bassis—Executive Producers
About the Production:
“I believe that this film has the potential to transform the conversation
we are having in this country about climate change. The project thus
both illuminates the urgency of the climate crisis while also providing
an important organizing tool to empower those affected by the fossil
“It is a film about how courage and integrity are fundamental ingredients
in social change—in Texas, throughout the country, and throughout
history.” — John Fiege
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