By Randi Altman
When you think of the environmental organization Greenpeace, images of people protecting whales, forests and oceans come to mind. It’s serious business… but recently the non-profit decided to extend its reach with humor.
While Greenpeace videos are well viewed, it’s mostly Greenpeace enthusiasts and activists who hit play. In order to reach a more general audience the organization turned to comedy, specifically LA-based writer/director/editor Olivier Agostini.
This filmmaker has a lot of public service work experience where he uses humor to help tell a serious story. And he’s got the awards to prove it, including a first place finish for his film Piñata at the 2010 Rome Film Festival, as well as Emmys, a Gold Addy, a Silver Telly and Continue reading