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Jeff Wager has completed his Passivhaus documentary

Documentary filmmaker Jeff Wager has completed his Passivhaus documentary. When it was being edited, the film had a working title of "Balancing Act." However, the completed film has been titled "Superhouse."

The film includes interviews with many experts who are probably familiar to GBA readers, including Chris Benedict, Wolfgang Feist, Henry Gifford, Robert Hastings, Martin Holladay, Mike Kernagis, Katrin Klingenberg, Ken Levenson, Bill McKibben, Chet Pasho, Peter Schneider, Barry Stephens, Stephen Thwaites, Michael Welch, Alex Wilson, and Li Ling Young.

The film's trailer is posted on Vimeo: Superhouse Trailer.

For information on showings and distribution, see the film's website: Superhouse: The Movie.

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Asked by Martin Holladay
Posted May 27, 2014 9:06 AM ET

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Sifu you are going to be a superstar!!! :p

I do not understand how/where we will be able to purchase the documentary ??

Answered by Jin Kazama
Posted May 27, 2014 12:12 PM ET

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Jin,
I'm not sure whether the film can be purchased. Here is the contact information from the film's website:

Jeffrey Wager
Winged Monkey Films
Montpelier, VT
jeffreywager [at] gmail [dot] com

Answered by Martin Holladay
Posted May 28, 2014 2:40 PM ET

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