Merchants Of Doubt: Mark Adler’s ‘Snazzy’ Score And Film’s ‘Solid Reporting’ Is Out Now (Wall Street Journal) , Join The Q&A With Director Robert Kenner!

Mark Adler’s Score For Merchants Of Doubt Is Out Now, Join The Film Q&A With Director Robert Kenner In New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Vancouver, Toronto, Boston And More!

Solid reporting ties together battles over seemingly unconnected perils like cigarettes and flame-retardant chemicals. Snazzy graphics and music—and appealing interview subjects—move things along, and a kick-in-the-gut plot twist suggests how climate change actually benefited oil companies.

-Read the full review at The Wall Street Journal


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Merchants Of Doubt (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes


Lakeshore Records has released Merchants Of Doubt (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) — available now digitally on iTunes.  Featuring music by Mark Adler, Daniel Schweiger of Film Music Magazine says “The result shows the power of documentary scoring to have all of the belief-changing impact of dramatized ‘fiction’ film music, with ‘Merchant’s’ musical impact showing just how well Adler is versed in both cinematic worlds.”  Directed by Robert Kenner, the film is out now in select theaters in New York and Los Angeles, with more cities on the way (check show times).

Join Robert Kenner for a post-film Q&A at the following locations:


Sunday 3/8/2015 4:35PM – Lincoln Plaza followed by a Q&A with Dr. James Hansen, Professor, former NASA scientist
Sunday 3/8/2015 4:55PM — Angelika Followed by Q&A with Michael Shermer, Science writer and historian of science


Saturday 3/7/2015 5:10PM — Landmark Followed by Q&A with director Robert Kenner
Saturday 3/7/2015 7:05PM — Arclight Followed by Q&A with director Robert Kenner
Sunday 3/8/2015 12:30PM — Landmark Followed by Q&A with director Robert Kenner


Friday 03/13/2015 – 7:15PM– E-Street
Followed by Q&A with Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist, Educator and Bob Inglis, Former Congressman (R-SC4), Michael E. Mann, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology, Penn
Saturday 03/14/2015 – 7:15PM — E-Street Followed by Q&A with John Passacantando, former Executive Director, Greenpeace


Saturday, Sunday 03/14 & 15/2015 after prime – Cineplex Odeon IV Cinemas: – Q&A will be with David Suzuki, Scientist, broadcaster, grandfather (both) and James Hoggan, Co-Founder, DeSmogBlog (Saturday only)


Saturday 03/14/2015 – 6:30PM – Bloor HotDocs Cinema Followed by Q&A with David Ravensbergen, DeSmog Canada


Friday 03/20/2015 – after prime – Kendall Square Followed by Q&A with Naomi Oreskes
Saturday 03/21/2015 – after prime – Kendall Square Followed by Q&A with Naomi Oreskes

There will Q&As in Chicago, Dallas and San Diego — coming soon!

Kenner’s film exposes a devoted and long-lived cadre of scientists (and their philosophical descendants) who established their careers during the A-bomb era and the Cold War’s Big Science rivalries. Anti-communist ideologues, well-trained and often brilliant scientists such as physicists S. Fred Singer and the late Frederick Seitz saw (and see) corporate regulation as a pathway to socialism, an endgame more fearsome than any secondhand smoke or patchy ozone. [NewsWeek]


Merchants of Doubt Soundtrack on Lakeshore RecordsDirected by Robert Kenner, watch Merchants Of Doubt in select theaters now (check show times).


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