Ocean Action film for Greenpeace
Director Jens Blank of Animate Me! sent us this short animation he created for Greenpeace which forms part of their ongoing campaign against the illegal fishing practices that take place inside the EU...
Blank apparently turned the 90-second animation around in two weeks but the result is, dare we say, a lovely take on a decidely unlovely subject matter.
More detailed information on the work that Greenpeace is doing to bring attention to the damage being done to the world's oceans and marine ecosystems is at greenpeace.org.uk/oceans.
Direction & Design: Jens Blank
Production Company: Navarone
Producer: Charlie Stanfield
Producer Greenpeace: Hayley Baker
Copywriter: Ruth Quayle
Stop Motion: Anna Benner
3D: Sergei Shabarov & Jens Blank
DOP: Fabio Guglielmelli
Production Design: Anne Gry Skovdal Pedersen
Sound: Jay Price
Music: Paul Lambert
Art Department: Dec Hardy
Shot @ Green Lens Studios
Simple but devastating
This is such an admirable advocacy animation. It is alarming that illegal fishing is rampant in this part of the world and the apathetic nature of nations such as Spain towards this abuse is all the more appalling.
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