Indie Film Explores Proposed Cape Wind Farm

December 3, 2003 [] For those who wait in rapt anticipation to see 130 wind turbines generating clean power in Nantucket sound, or those simply looking for more angles, more answers and information on the proposed Cape Wind farm, a new film may be worth taking in at the Lillie Auditorium at 7 MBL St. Woods Hole, Massachusetts at the end of the week. “Wind Over Water” traces the development of one of the biggest stories ever to hit Cape Cod: the proposed offshore wind farm in Nantucket Sound. The film features interviews with the key figures in the Cape Wind debate including among others Jim Gordon, President of Cape Wind Associates and Isaac Rosen, the former Executive Director of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound. Tackling issues like tourism, the environment, jobs and energy, Tangen focuses on the local aspects of the debate and how it relates to the state of renewable energy in America. The 45-minute film is a culmination of over two years of documenting the debate surrounding the Cape Wind Project. Based in Boston, Tangen said he was able to step back and take an outsider’s view of the issues and report on them in an objective manner. The film’s premier will occur this December 6, at 4 PM, and is free and open to the public.


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