Events and Screenings

Split Estate is airing nationally on PBS in 2016 throughout the year. Check your local listings for broadcast dates in your area. Air dates begin the week of January 10, 2016.

Between 2009 and 2011 Split Estate was broadcast widely on Planet Green, a former network of Discovery Communications.

The film also broadcast internationally on Russian Television’s “Russia Today”, on Iranian television network, Press TV, and Canada’s OASIS HDTV, all networked worldwide. In 2013, the first public television broadcasts of Split Estate were as a pledge special on KBDI in Colorado and independent station KCETLink in California.

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Upcoming & Past Screenings are listed here at our Working Films Screening Headquarters. Here you will find maps and information.

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Or Host a Reel Power Film Festival to paint the larger picture of energy and engage audiences in ways to get involved. Bidder 70, Gasland II, Come Hell or HIgh Water, Chasing the Sun, Sun come UP, Gasland, and Split Estate are a few of the films in this 'Working Films' collaborative of award-winning documentary filmmakers, individual leaders and organizations working to address energy issues and the long-term impact of destructive resource extraction.



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Upcoming & Past Screenings

"A small crowd of Mora County residents watched the new documentary, "Split Estate" last night in Ocate, New Mexico. When the ending credits rolled to the end, quiet gasps escalated into excited and passionate conversations full of sadness and alarm. The impact of this film is clear."

— Kathleen Dudley, Drilling Mora County


We are fighting for our lives here in the Marcellus Shale in NY & PA. Your film may save us.

— Diane MacInnes, Landowner


"It is impossible to over-estimate the impact 'Split Estate' had in the greater Santa Fe Community when it was threatened with wildcatting oil development. The film presents a cogent and factual message that was key in our efforts to mobilize the community. (Split Estate) made a difference; we now have an educated community and the best natural resource ordinance in the United States."

— Brian Egolf, New Mexico State Representative