Greenlit (2009)

Miranda Bailey helms this wry documentary that follows the making of the film The River Why. The indie drama was intended to be an entirely green production, but Bailey quickly discovers that filmmaking is far from environmentally friendly. The River Why's Zach Gilford ("Friday Night Lights") and director Matthew Leutwyler weigh in on the runaway waste that seems to follow even the most well-intentioned film sets. 

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