Controversial Dox

CONFESSIONS OF AN ECO-TERRORIST

Peter Jay Brown

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Screening time  
01.03. / Thursday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 4  
This film reveals the true 30-year odyssey of the most wanted environmentalist today, Captain Paul Watson.

This feature documentary reveals the true 30-year odyssey of the most wanted environmentalist today, Captain Paul Watson, the cult hero of Animal Planet’s critically acclaimed 'Whale Wars'. The founder of Greenpeace, Watson was eventually ousted from the organization for his uncompromising passion to protect the planet and his unconventional methodology. Free of bureaucracy and politics, Watson forged his own personal Armada, The Sea Shepherd Society, a small vigilante organization dedicated to protect the aquatic life of the planet at all costs.

Peter Jay Brown

Peter Jay Brown is diverse and talented photographer, cinematographer, director & producer of films, television and still life: Peter's love of nature and sense of justice have taken him to locations all over the world to document the beauty and atrocities of numerous species. Peter is a devout conservationist who has volunteered many hours to the protection of marine life for over 20 years with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society as a 600 ton vessel Captain & First Mate, Cinematographer, Editor, & Director. Peter studied at the University of London, England, the University of Salzburg, Austria, Bowdoin College, Maine and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.


 

CONFESSIONS OF AN ECO-TERRORIST

USA
2011, 85', color, video

Directed by:
Peter Jay Brown

Screenplay by:
Timothy Wade Huntley

Cinematography:
Daniel Fernández, James Joyner, Jonathan David Cane, Timothy Gorski

Edited by:
Chris Hume, Timothy Wade Huntley

Producers:
Martin Kistler, Ron Moler

Produced by:
The Little Film Company