Fuel (previously called Fields of Fuel) is a 2008 documentary film directed by Josh Tickell. It won the audience award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. The DVD was released on June 22, 2010.
CRITICS AGREE... 'FUEL' SETS THE GREEEN STANDARD FOR DOCUMENTARIES THE NEW YORK TIMES CRITIC' PICK, SUNDANCE AWARD WINNING ECO-DOC
"UNABASHEDLY INTIMATE" ...Thanks to an informative, buoyant tone and the director'sown restless intelligence, the film preaches to the unconverted with passion, energy and graphics so clear that they would make Al Gore weep all over his PowerPoint." - Jeannette Catsoulis, NEW YORK TIMES
"IMPRESSIVELY COMPREHENSIVE" ..."FUEL" is a vital, superbly assembled documentary that presents an insightful overview of America's troubled relationship with oil and how alternative and sustainable energies can reduce our country's -- and the world's -- addictive dependence on fossil fuels." - Gary Goldstein, LOS ANGELES TIMES
"DYNAMIC, STIRRING...A MUST SEE AND NOT JUST FOR ENVIRONMENTALISTS" ...We all know about ethanol, solar-and wind-generated power, hybrid engines and the like. But by the end of "Fuel," one might very well come out of the theater ready to invest in companies deriving energy from wood chips and algae, or growing food in vertical, inner-city farms. - Tm Keogh, SEATTLE TIMES