Switch Energy Alliance Begins Shooting Museum Film

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December 23, 2019

A brother and sister get off the school bus. They start toward home, staring at their phones, talking.

Unnoticed, the bus behind them disappears.

They walk down the street as parked cars behind them vanish.

They enter the house and go straight to the kitchen. Take food from the fridge, make a sandwich. Get a glass of water.

As they head for the living room, the appliances behind them fade away.

Brother grabs the remote, turns on the TV. He reaches back for his water, but the glass is empty.

Huh? He filled it, didn’t he? Did he drink it already?

What’s going on? A scene from Twilight Zone or Black Mirror? Not quite. That’s the beginning of Switch Energy Alliance’s new film that is now in production.

The 4-minute film, co-directed by Harry Lynch and Scott Rice, is high production quality (think Hollywood). More than 40 crew plus some 10 young actors and their parents were on set during the first shoot in mid-November. Magic will happen as museum-goers see the importance of energy in our lives. SEA's museum film will debut at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, with more venues to follow.

SEA’s Chairman, Scott Tinker, has a cameo role as the bus driver! Stay tuned, more to come…


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