Mountain Mourning DVD CaseFilm is a very powerful medium in which to share with others the devastating impacts that Mountaintop Removal Mining has on the people, culture, and mountains of Appalachia. B.J. Gudmundsson of Patchwork Films produced the Mountain Morning Collection for Christians for the Mountains. This DVD consistes of three films of about 2o minutes each, along with a couple of shorter clips. This resource is a very valuable tool for education and advocacy as well as a portrait of what is taking place in God’s Appalachian Mountains.  Several thousand copies have been distributed and shown in homes, churches, environmental meetings, and on television.For more information on the DVD or to order a copy please visit Patchwork Films.

Mountain Mourning is our feature film. Traditional music, local voices, and a biblical background tell the nuts and bolts of Mountaintop Removal.

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 Look What They've Done is a film in which Maria Gunnoe weaves a thread around our hearts as she surveys the aftermath of Mountaintop Removal near her backyard. Her family's gospel music spills forth as the foundation for her courage and strength.

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  Keeper of the Mountains is an emotionally-charged film. We recommend not seeing this film last in this series, and then later. Larry Gibson, whose ancestral home is being destroyed by Mountaintop Removal, brings out the pathos and tragedy of this practice. Larry Gibson takes a band of friends through "Hell's Gate, and in one breathtaking moment, come across "the end of the world.

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