LIBBY, MONTANA
116 minutes, 2007, DVCAM

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #1 - “The Spencers”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #2 - “More on Earl Lovick”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #3 - “Mono-Cote”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #4 - “Logging Montana”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #5 - “Little League Baseball”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #6 - “Les Goes to Helena”

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LIBBY, MONTANA Deleted Scene #7 - “High School Track”

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LIBBY, MONTANA deleted scene #8 - “Alice Priest’s Story”

I{LIBBY, MONTANA Selected Scene #1

In this short scene from our feature documentary, LIBBY, MONTANA, three former WR Grace employees talk about what it was like to work for the company in Libby. Les Skramstad worked in the mill only two years, but died of mesothelioma in 2007. Bob Wilkins was the local union rep for mine workers. He died of asbestos related disease in 2002. Dru Carr and Doug Hawes-Davis shot the interviews with Les and Bob in 2000. Earl Lovick was the plant manager for many years. His commentary here is from a videotaped deposition recorded during a civil case against WR Grace in the 1990s. Lovick died in 1996.

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In this short scene from our feature documentary, LIBBY, MONTANA, former WR Grace plant manager, Earl Lovick, talks about his knowledge of the hazards of the dust produced at the Libby mill. His commentary here is from a videotaped deposition recorded during a civil case against WR Grace in the 1990s. Lovick died in 1996.

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In this third scene from the feature documentary, LIBBY, MONTANA. Bob Wilkins, who was the local union rep for mine workers, talks about how he discovered there was asbestos in the dust at the mine and mill operations. Wilkins died of asbestos related disease in 2002. Dru Carr and Doug Hawes-Davis shot the interview with Wilkins in 2000. Earl Lovick was the plant manager for many years. His commentary here is from a videotaped deposition recorded during a civil case against WR Grace in the 1990s. Lovick died in 1996.

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In this scene from our feature documentary, LIBBY, MONTANA, EPA Emergency On-Scene Coordinator, Paul Peronard, speaks with a geologist about the hazards of Libby vermiculite. Later in the scene, former plant manager, Earl Lovick, answers questions about what WR Grace knew about these hazards and whether or not they had a responsibility to inform mine and mill workers about the health risks. Dru Carr and Doug Hawes-Davis documented the interaction with Paul and the geologist at the Libby EPA office in 2001. Earl Lovick’s commentary is from a deposition recorded during a civil case against WR Grace in the 1990s. Lovick died in 1996.

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In this scene from our feature documentary, LIBBY, MONTANA, former mine-worker, Bob Wilkins, talks about the irony of the cover-up in Libby and former Plant Manager, Earl Lovick, answers questions about the company’s moral obligation to inform mine and mill workers about the health risks present there. Dru Carr and Doug Hawes-Davis shot the interview with Bob Wilkins in 2000. The scene from the closing of the mine is from a Libby home movie recorded in 1990. Earl Lovick’s commentary is from a deposition recorded during a civil case against WR Grace in the 1990s. Lovick died in 1996.