THE EXPOSED: Interview with Mike Driver, sick nuclear worker

September 18, 2008

THE EXPOSED: Interview with Mike Driver, sick nuclear worker from Wes Rehberg on Vimeo.

This continues our series of preliminary video clips from interviews with sick nuclear plant workers, here with Mike Driver, who worked at the Paducah, KY, gaseous diffusion nuclear fuel enrichment plant. The preliminary clips are from filming for our documentary in process, “The Exposed,” produced by Wes & Eileen Rehberg of Wild Clearing. See for our work.


September 6, 2008

During an interview for our documentary “The Exposed,” three former Oak Ridge nuclear workers spoke of their frustrations with obtaining medical help and compensation through the U.S. Department of Labor, charged with helping such workers through the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 (EEOICPA) — working video clip filmed by Wes Rehberg, Wild Clearing

Mother Forest sketches (Between the Ice Ages) – a rationale

May 15, 2008

Mother Forest sketches – clip2 – the rationale from Wes Rehberg on Vimeo..

We’re beginning to explore a possible experimental film that would include a segment on the dangers to the mother forest in the U.S., this 8-minute video clip is an attempt to begin to think-through a rationale for such an endeavor and some ideas and approaches toward filming it — a higher resolution version is viewable at
— Wes Rehberg

“Contaminated Forever” – Documentary’s opening segment

February 10, 2008

We are previewing the introductory segment of our documentary on the dangers of the use and production of depleted uranium (DU) munitions. You may view a high-bandwidth flash video  of this segment at this web page.    


February 10, 2008

  Though we have blogs elsewhere, we’re experimenting with this one to continue offering works and links that speak of our activism and artistic endeavors. At this moment we’re working on a documentary on the virtually eternal contamination that results from use and manufacture of depleted uranium (DU) munitions, called “Contaminated Forever.”  You may find out more about this ongoing work at the documentary’s home page and about us and other work at Wild Clearing’s home page. Our blog about DU munitions is visited here. We appreciate your traveling along with us here.