Greenpeace paints a black picture
The environmental organisation launches a powerful film in the run up to this year's Rugby World Cup that poses questions about fossil fuel companies and their sponsorship goals.
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- Production Company Studio Birthplace
- Director Jorik Dozy
- UK Production Partner Park Village
- Colorist Alex Gregory
- Director Sil Van Der Woerd
- Executive Producer Adam Booth
- CG Supervisor Matthijs Joor
- CG Director / Producer Tim Smit
Giving a new meaning to rugby's All Blacks, this hard-hitting animation depicts the dark truth about oil production.
Created by Greenpeace France and produced by Studio Birthplace and Park Village, with direction by Jorik Dozy and Sil van der Woerd, TotalPollution: A Dirty Game is a shocking visual representation of the horrific fact that the global fossil fuel industry extracts enough oil to fill a rugby stadium – such as the Stade de France – every three hours and 37 minutes.
TotalEnergies, one of the largest fossil fuel companies in the world, is an official sponsor of the Rugby World Cup 2023. By pumping money into a global sporting event, such companies are deflecting attention from the catastrophic damage that fossil fuel extraction is causing to the lives of everyone on the planet.
The campaign ends with a CTA to sign the petition demanding an end to fossil fuel extraction.