We’re really excited to be launching the film with a screening at the Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre near Old Street in London. Come join us! Event details: Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre 17-25 New Inn Yard EC2A 3EA London United Kingdom Tuesday, February 21, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Event [...]
We are really excited that the brilliant global current affairs magazine New Internationalist are on board with us to help promote Taking on Tarmageddon. If you’ve not come across New Internationalist before I suggest you check them out. To give you a quick idea here is an extract from their missions statement: The New Internationalist [...]
On their last day in Canada the students decide to take action to bring attention to what they’ve seen. They staged a demonstration outside the Alberta Environment office in Edmonton calling on them not to turn a blind eye to the tar sands. They were able to get their message out through the mainstream media [...]
The students were honoured during the opening ceremony of the Beaver Lake Pow-wow. Introduced as campaigners against the tar sands, they received a warm welcome. campbellroadproductions.com peopleandplanet.org This film is supported by Artists Project Earth.
We spent the day driving up to Conklin where there are a number of in-situ oil extraction projects. We managed to get onto the private roads that led up to the BP Kirby and Devon Jackfish sites as well as going past Harvest Blackgold and a Cenovus site. It didn’t take long for the security [...]
We have traveled for two days, not slept for 28 hours but we made it to Lac La Biche yesterday afternoon. We went via the Shell Scotford Upgrader, a “clean” processor of the bitumen dug up from tar sand mines. After being kicked off here by security within minutes of arrival we headed back north [...]
Taking on Tarmageddon is a film designed to inspire, engage and make a difference, but we need your help to make it happen. We have raised part of the money we need to make this film, but film making is an expensive business and we need money to get the message out. Any amount can [...]
Campbell Road Productions has partnered with the environmental campaign groups People & Planet and the UK Tar Sands Network to produce a documentary investigating the tar sands oil extraction project in Alberta, Canada. People & Planet have selected 8 students from their network that will head off to Canada to meet with the Beaver Lake [...]
A video made by Campbell Road Productions member Pete Speller for the campaign group 38 Degrees is currently trending on Youtube with over 51000 views in 2 days.
Campbell Road Productions has just secured funding for a documentary investigating the Canadian tar sands oil extraction project. From UK Tar Sands Network Canada’s Tar Sands are the biggest energy project in the world, currently producing 1.3 million barrels of oil a day. Largely located in Alberta, the Tar Sands deposits are distributed over an [...]