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    Official: Revenge of the Electric Car now available on DVD and streaming

    Revenge of the Electric Car filmmaker Chris Paine's sequel to 2006's Who Killed the Electric Car? is now available on DVD and videostreaming. The film, which was released in theaters last fall, became available on Tuesday through retailers such as Wal-mart, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and ...

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    Film Review: Revenge of the Electric Car

    If you've paid any sort of regular attention to websites like AutoblogGreen over the past four years, the movie Revenge of the Electric Car will feel awfully familiar. Many of the events in the film were written about at the time on these pages, so it's fair to say that none of our long-term ...

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    Watch Revenge of the Electric Car in Central Park on July 12 for free [w/video]

    The sequel to Who Killed The Electric Car?, Revenge of the Electric Car, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 22nd, but most of the general public has not had the chance to catch this flick. Luckily, that will change with the screening of Revenge of the Electric Car ...

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    Earth Day gets its Revenge (of the Electric Car) in New York City

    The AutoblogGreen movie (we wish) sequel of sorts to Who Killed The Electric Car?, Revenge of the Electric Car, premieres tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. We just spoke with a very busy Chris Paine, the film's director, earlier today – stop harassing him for tickets, ...

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    Revenge of the Electric Car will premiere on Earth Day (April 22) in NYC

    Those of you waiting to see "Revenge of the Electric Car," mark your calendars. The public premiere of the long-in-the-works sequel of sorts to the classic Who Killed The Electric Car? will take place at the Tribeca Film Festival on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2011 in New York City. Director Chris ...

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    Plug In America turns five: Paul Scott looks back and ahead

    Plug In America has played a serious role in the re-emergence of the electric vehicle over the past – um, how long now? oh, yeah – five years. To celebrate, the "motley crew" of activists who were fed up with putting gasoline into their cars is holding a fifth anniversary party this ...

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    Driving Sustainability: Chris Paine checks in via Skype, shows off "Revenge" clip

    It makes sense that filmmaker Chris Paine (of Who Killed The Electric Car? fame) would appear at the Driving Sustainability conference via online video. Paine appeared on a panel that discussed the benefits and challenges of transformative technologies. If any tech is transformative, electric ...

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    Plug-In 2010: Bill Nye, Chelsea Sexton return for public night panel

    Bill Nye, "The Science Guy," Jessie Deeter, the producer of Who Killed The Electric Car? and Revenge of the Electric Car, and our own Chelsea Sexton took to the stage at the close of public night at the Plug-in 2010 Conference. With this line-up, it was more than 66 percent the same as last year, ...

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    WTF of the Day: Was Mel Gibson "a wee bit unhinged" talking about his EV1?

    "Who Killed The Electric Car?" clip – Click above to watch video after the jump
    Quick, what did the recent tapes of Mel Gibson ranting and raving (allegedly) at his ex, Oksana Grigorieva, make you think of? Was it that his comments in the movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?" were "a wee ...

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    Chris Paine's Tesla Roadster arrives in LA

    We imagine just about anyone whose heart is still beating would be excited about their Tesla Roadster arriving factory fresh and being mere hours away from pure driving bliss. Perhaps none more so than the filmmaker whose first electric auto, an EV1 that he drove and cherished for 5 years, ...

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    Fingering the suspect (you) in the EV's death, again

    it may not be the most original take on the question of why we don't have a robust EV infrastructure in America today, but Michael Kanellos's post over on CNET on just who killed the electric car is nonetheless a very good read. Take this line as an example: "This is General Motors and Ford Motor ...

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    Watch "Who Killed The Electric Car?" online - for now

    Don't know how long it'll be until this video is snagged and sent off to Guantanamo, but at least right now you can watch the full-length movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?" through Google video (by clicking the play button above). It's easy to assume that most of the AutoblogGreen readership has ...

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    Chris Paine is Writer's Guild award nominee

    Chris Paine, writer and director of "Who Killed the Electric Car," is a finalist for a Writer's Guild of America award. He was nominated in the documentary category and joins four other finalists. A total of 35 writers were under consideration. The winner will be announced February 11 at the WGA ...

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    Global warming, not electric cars on Oscar shortlist

    Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" advanced to the next round of Oscar consideration, but "Who Killed the Electric Car?" was left at the charging station. Just over 80 movies qualified for the Documentary Feature category and 15 moved on to the next round. Members of the Documentary Branch will ...

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    Electric vehicles waiting at a theater near you

    Will historians mark post-Katrina and the resulting high gas prices the return of the electric car? That may be what EV supporters are hoping. As gas prices continue to remain high and "Who Killed the Electric Car?" still on many people's 'Must See' list, supporters are parking their EVs in front ...

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    Exclusive Q&A with Chelsea Sexton about the EV1, why the Prius gets a 'C', and who really killed the electric car

    You don't have to spend much time talking with Chelsea Sexton to realize she is passionate about electric vehicles. Sexton has been part of the EV debate that started in the 1990s with the debut of General Motor's first mass-production all-electric vehicle, the EV1. Sexton worked for GM, leasing ...

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    PBS' NOW asks who did what to the electric car

    Getting ready for the new documentary "Who Killed The Electric Car?" that is coming to theatres this summer, the PBS program NOW dedicates its show this week to discussing the film and electric cars in general. This page gives a brief description of the show itself and here's a good timeline on the ...

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    Who Killed the Electric Car? Opens June 28

    I finally got around to checking out the trailer for the new documentary "Who Killed The Electric Car?" on the Sony Classics website. I'm a big fan of documentary films because they can convey a lot of information easily and in such a way that people are willing to receive it, even pay for it. Of ...


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