In the docu film world there are two kinds of filmmakers: the person who thinks about a subject before picking up a camera and then you have the person who picks up a camera to document his/her own reality. Josh Tickell's current reality is one with the world's reality: you'll have to watch the trailer below to get a sense of how a diseased mother nature affected his mother's health and yours to.
Selected as a part of the 2008 Sundance film festival's U.S. Documentary film Competition, Fields of Fuel is about his search for an alternative to America's dependence on foreign oil. America is engulfed in an oil war, the environment is being destroyed and gas prices have gone through the roof.