In addition to scenes shot by director David York, the film also includes footage by the Ludwig family, showing dead livestock, miscarriages and water that catches on fire.
Ludwig blames those horrors on toxic sour gas wells near his family's compound in Trickle Creek. His 20-year battle with the industry is chronicled in the 94 minute film, and he will be at the showing to answer questions.
Ludwig has spent time in prison for bombing and vandalizing oil and gas plants, and was a suspect in the 2008 EnCana bombings in Dawson Creek, but was never convicted.
Wiebo's War will be shown at 7:00 at the Lido Theatre tonight, October 19 and tomorrow, October 20. Tickets are $7.50 in advance and $10.00 at the door. A question and answer period will follow the screening.