Confessions of an Eco Terrorist

Director Peter J. Brown came to the studio on a foggy morning, after the premiere at IDFA. For 31 years, Captain Paul Watson has been at the helm of the world’s most active marine non-profit organization – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. He and his crew are the main protagonists apart from the director and narrator himself.

We meet up during the IDFA festival 2011 for an interview in the hotel. We decide to also do a live show and with us in the studio is Lon Haber. We speak about  his motivation behind the film and we also speak to Dos Winkel on the phone, one of the world’s finest underwater and wildlife photographers and an expert on what we should and should not fish for in the oceans and seas worldwide. You can listen to that radiopiece via the screen above.

Categorised as Radio

By Aleph

Studied Film Direction, Camera, Photography and Languages in The Netherlands and Belgium. Became a multilingual journalist and writer with a pen and camera in 2001 and traveled. Wrote and writes for various international magazines and newspapers. Runs a studio for video production in Amsterdam with his partner. Loves the long and heavy click of an old analog SLR camera, the intensity of conducting face to face interviews and tonic on a terrace in Paris. Initiated CULTJA in 2011.

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