2261 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, California 94115

Join director Chris Paine in person Fri, 7/7; Q&A after 7:00 show!

Plug In America and SF Electric Vehicle Association also present on Friday night, July 7, 2006. Look for the electric cars in front of the theatre!

OPENING NIGHT PARTY: Fri, 7/7 starts 9:00 pm

The Holding Company - 2 Embarcadero Center, 3rd Level (Clay & Front Street), San Francisco

Join Chris Paine and local eco-glitterati at the After Party featuring Square One organic vodka cocktails, wine & beer, hors d'oeuvres, and cutting-edge clean cars. Please present your WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? ticket stub from July 7 to attend.

WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? chronicles the life and mysterious death of the GM EV1, examining its cultural and economic ripple effects and how they reverberated through the halls of government and big business.
The electric car threatened the status quo. The truth behind its demise resembles the climactic outcome of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express: multiple suspects, each taking their turn with the knife.
WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? interviews and investigates automakers, legislators, engineers, consumers and car enthusiasts from Los Angeles to Detroit, to work through motives and alibis, and to piece the complex puzzle together.
WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? is not just about the EV1. It’s about how this allegory for failure—reflected in today’s oil prices and air quality—can also be a shining symbol of society’s potential to better itself and the world around it. While there’s plenty of outrage for lost time, there’s also time for renewal as technology is reborn in WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?

Added by SFMarketing on July 7, 2006

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