DEEP GREEN Animations

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DVD includes animation shorts The Krill is Gone, Trees, and Greengraphics.

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Includes animation shorts The Kill is Gone, Trees, and Greengraphics.

DVD also Includes 8 minutes of Director Matt Briggs asking 6th grade science students questions on climate science and the students answering.

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THE KRILL IS GONE: shows us how burning fossil fuels is impacting the world’s fragile underwater ecosystems. 3 mins.
DIRECTOR: Jeffrey Bost
VOICEOVER TALENT: SpongeBob’s Tom Kenny and Jill Taley
Producer: Matt Briggs
Writer: Clark Taylor

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TREES: a comic warning about the devastating effects of clear-cutting our rainforests. 2 mins.
DIRECTOR: Randy Wakerlin
VOICEOVER TALENT: SpongeBob’s Tom Kenny and Jill Taley
Producer: Matt Briggs
Writer: Clark Taylor

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GREENGRAPHICS: 8 vignettes by Pascal Campion illustrating tips for reducing one’s carbon footprint. 8 mins. CREATOR: Pascal Campion

DVD also includes short teaching module on Climate Science for Middle school. 8 mins.

All DVD content approx 21 mins.

RELEASE DATE: 2010

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Weight 0.32 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 0.5 in
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  1. “Deep Green” – the inspiring new documentary revealing the best solutions to stop global warming now – has just been released on DVD. The unprecedented feature film was shot in nine countries, including China, by an international team of award-winning cinematographers during a three-year quest for the best ideas, technologies and restorative solutions that can make a difference, led by first-time filmmaker Matt Briggs.

    Featured are insights from such leading authorities as Lester Brown, Michael Pollan, Dr. Amory Lovins of the Rocky Mountain Institute, Dr. David Suzuki, former CIA Director James Woolsey, Southern California Edison’s Director of Electric Transportation Edward Kjaer, and Barbara Finamore, Director of the Natural Resources Council’s China Program.

    Created for mainstream audiences, the $2 million production features an original music score by jazz pianist Randy Porter and music from Phish – as well as eleven world class animations by the award-winning Bent Image Lab. Among them are festival favorites “The Krill is Gone,” about the devastating impact of CO2 on the world’s oceans, and “Trees,” on how cutting down our forests creates even more CO2 – both voiced by SpongeBob legend Tom Kenny. Notably, “Krill” has been accepted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences for official consideration for Best Animated Short. “Deep Green” is the recipient of the Artivist Award for Best Feature in the Environmental Preservation category.
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