See it at Laemmle’s Sunset 5 Theatre in Los Angeles on September 17-19, 2010

SYNOPSIS: A high-voltage comedy for the environment featuring a cast of fishy personalities voiced by SpongeBob’s Tom Kenny and his gifted wife, Jill Talley. As the story unfolds, we meet characters including: Emiliania Huxleyi, a Robin Leach-like plankton who is about to reveal startling new evidence on the menace of rising acidity in oceans; a shrill little krill who frets that she can’t grow another shell, when she’s not bemoaning the decline of the neighborhood since the jelly fish moved in, lured there by the toxic carbonic acid; a wise-cracking comic who cruelly jokes that the krill are losing their crunch; and a visiting celebrity named Al Ba Core, who looks and sounds suspiciously like a tuna on a mission (if only someone would listen).

CREDITS
Produced by Deep Green Films Limited in association with Bent Image Lab

Producer: Matt Briggs
Writers: Clark Taylor

ANIMATION
Production Company/City/State: Bent Image Lab, Portland, OR
Director: Jeffrey Bost
Executive Producers/Partners: Ray Di Carlo, Chel White, David Daniels
Senior Producer: Tsui Ling Toomer
Producer: Tanya Smith
Character Voices: Tom Kenny, Jill Talley
Principal Animator: Jeffrey Bost
Additional Animators: Dennis Rivera, Eric A. Urban
Character Design: Huy Vu
Set Design/City: Dave Manuel
Technical Director: AJ Deflaminis
CG Modelers: Trystin D. Stratton, Devon A. Myron, Shirak D. Agresta, Eric T. Durante
Rigging: John P. Lally
Production Assistants: Evan R. Stewart, Patricia L. Hall, Charles G. James

POST
Editorial Company/City/State: Bent Image Lab, Portland, OR
Composite Artists (After Effects): Orland G. Nutt, Roland E. Gauthier
2D Composite/Clean-Up Artist: Traci Cook

AUDIO
Sound Design Company/City/State: Digital One, Portland, OR
Engineer: Eric Stolberg
Special Thanks: Randall D. Wakerlin, Tarn Fox, Brian Kinkley,

Heavywood Music, Lake Oswego, OR
Composer: Randy Porter

A first-place winner at the recent Blue Ocean Film Festival, the film was screened last month at the GLOBIANS Film Festival in Berlin, and will be seen at Toronto’s Planet in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival in October, as well as the Environmental Film Festival in Washington DC next March.

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