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The Wringer
Peter Bianco, Odile Allard & Lech Kowalski
 Pete Bianco  Contact Contributor
March 6, 2013, 1:25 p.m.
One day the people who live in a small village located in far eastern
Poland near the Ukrainian border, an ecologically pristine agricultural
area called the lungs of Poland discover that Chevron, the world’s fourth
largest energy corporation, plans to build a shale gas well in their
village. Producer Odile & Director Lech Kowalski discuss their film “Drill Baby Drill” which documents the first ever farmer rebellion in Poland against fracking.
The Wringer is a weekly program broadcast from Hamilton College with host Pete Bianco. It can be streamed live Wednesdays 8:00am-10:00am EST at
The American premiere of Lech Kowalski’s new documentary film, “Drill Baby
Drill.” On Saturday March 16, 4 PM at The Uptown Theater, Utica, NY.
$5 admission

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