Paul Mitchell CEO Exec Produces FUEL

fuelJohn Paul DeJoria assumes the role of executive producer of FUEL, the 2008 Sundance Audience Award winning documentary directed by environmentalist Josh Tickell which investigates the replacement of fossil fuels with renewable energy.  FUEL is an insightful portrait of America’s addiction to oil and an uplifting testament to the immediacy of new energy solutions.  DeJoria appears in the film alongside Julia Roberts, Richard Branson, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow and other celebs and politicos passionate about the cause. DeJoria is filmed filling the Patron train with biodiesel fuel, and discussing how corporations have a responsibility to help change the world.  He also explains how biodiesel can help in this initiative while simultaneously saving money.

A firm commitment to caring for the earth influences every aspect of John Paul Mitchell Systems’ policymaking and strategy.  DeJoria has been a longtime supporter of alternative energy, from utilizing solar power for the harvesting of Awapuhi at the Paul Mitchell farm in Hawaii to supporting the development of solar-powered vehicles via the Stanford Solar Car Project.  “Alternative fuels are one of the most efficient answers to our nation and the world’s energy needs,” says DeJoria.  “The FUEL film is a great example of just exactly how alternative energy makes sense.

Check out FUEL debuts in Los Angeles on February 13th and in New York on March 13th; FUEL will be playing at limited theatres nationwide; for a complete list of theatres, visit

  4 comments for “Paul Mitchell CEO Exec Produces FUEL

  1. Jon Luskin
    March 5, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    It’s cool to see that everything is taking a green turn these days, including hair care products. FUEL, an extraordinary film on green energy, is still running strong in Santa Monica, now on it’s fourth week. It’s clear that people want what’s green, and they want it now!

  2. David Madi
    March 5, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    Hi, I`m brazilian and I saw the movie in Santa Monica.
    After that, my next car in going to be hibryd.

  3. Tom McLehose
    March 5, 2009 at 8:14 pm

    “Fuel” is a must see. I was blown away by the professionalism in the film making. and the message………. the message is OUTSTANDING!! Two thumbs up from Tom McLehose!!! I was left with the feeling of hope and possibility!! This information and solution packed film had me excited and inspired during the whole show. A big thank you to it’s creators and all the people who made “Fuel” come to be.
    Going Green,
    Tom McLehose

  4. stylebell
    March 5, 2009 at 6:01 pm

    You are so right! I worked on a few green products years ago and no one cared. It is very exciting to see new consumer trends steering towards green products. Once Fuel is in NYC I will definitely be checking it out.
    Sapna, StyleBell Editor

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