What does an eco-terrorist look like?
Dirty and dread-locked? Living in a tree? Chained to a bulldozer? Picketing government buildings and factory farms?
A new film, Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist, gives viewers a first-hand look at the unpredictable life of an activist who dedicated his life to defending innocent animals.
Featuring over 30 years of unreleased footage taken by Peter Jay Brown, Confessions provides a peek behind the scenes at the daily struggles of the infamous Sea Shepherd Conservation Society activists–men and women who spend weeks and even months fighting illegal fishing, whaling and sea hunting on the open ocean.
SSCS activists have dedicated their lives to decades of campaigns to halt the atrocities committed worldwide against sea mammals. After watching the film, one cannot help but be inspired to go out and create change, working to make a difference in the world.
“This funny, insightful and controversial film was three decades in the making by Peter Brown, a Sea Shepherd insider and film maker whose sense of humor and special talents allowed him to venture where no other film maker has been able to go – into the heart of oceanic ecological activism,” said Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson.
The film is slated to be released next month.
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