We watched part of a documentary about mountaintop removal, THE LAST MOUNTAIN.
Here's a link to the website to the movie.
There are some propaganda techniques evident in the film. Clearly, some of the clips are intended to be heart-wrenching, sympathetic portrayals of union workers and protesters, and copious evidence of corporate wrongdoing. But the film is unusually evidence-based, and I've seen other movies that present similar evidence against mountaintop removal. They employ some breathtaking photography, lots of visual examples and contrast, and some rousing testimony from people on the "front lines." I love that it's localized around one mountain (called Coal Mountain), and that the people around that mountain are the stars.
What's going to happen?