Cullen Hoback saw his movie feature on opening night of the Slamdance Film Festival. He joins Nightside to discuss his movie which is a political thriller. Hoback investigates the massive chemical spill in West Virginia which left 300,000 people without water for several months.
They also talk about expectations for the environment with the new administration. His movie featured at the festival on President Donald Trump's inauguration day. With issues like his movie and those in Flint, Michigan he expressed some concern with what might come from the Trump administration from an environmental viewpoint.
Finally they get into other political movie projects he is interested in such as the voting process.