SpOIL (2011) Directed by Trip Jennings

 

Proposed oil tanker routes to service the Nort...
Proposed oil tanker routes to service the Northern Gateway Pipelines, and the tanker prohibition zone proposed by the federal Liberal Party. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

SpOIL – Synopsis: To mobilize against the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, the International League of Conservation Photographers and members of the Gitga’ at First Nation capture breathtaking images of the wildlife inhabiting BC’s Great Bear Rainforest, home of the elusive spirit bear. The rain forest’s channels are the last stretch of the oil tanker route from Alberta’s tar sands to the coastline. Multiple Awards Winner/Co-Presented by Planet in Focus.

Directed By: Trip Jennings

Multi Award Winning Film  in 2011

  • Best film – mountain environment – Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival
  • Best Environmental Preservation Feature – The Artivist Film Festival
  • Best Human Interest – Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
  • Best Environmental Film, ‘Best Photography’ & Merit Award for Musical Selection – CINE International Film Festival
  • Best Environmental Film – Vancouver International Film Festival 2011

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Wild & Scenic Film Fest Media Lounge – Trip Jennings and Andy Maser
Spoil Filmmaker Trip Jennings Interview at Mountainfilm

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