Documentary now online!

It’s been a little over two weeks since our exhibit at Georgia Tech, and I’m happy to be posting the 30-minute documentary we showed that night. It reveals everything we uncovered during our time we spend along the gulf coast, with interviews from locals hearing their take on the oil spill and its aftermath. There were many interpretations and opinions (sometimes conflicting) about everything, and all are portrayed in the film.

Since there were so many topics that surfaced during this complex debacle, we were originally going to separate them all into five mini-documentaries. But, once we got to pouring through the hours and hours of footage we shot, we decided to make it all part of one story–which, after all, it is.

We got great reception, and many people have been requesting we put it online so that friends can see it, as well as people who couldn’t make it out to the event. Feel free to share it with as many people as you like, and contact us if you have any feedback or would like to schedule a screening. Enjoy!

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  • OilGAG HashTag Blacktide

    Cheers Nathan Excellent work. Thank you for placing this important documentary online. Team #blacktide Australia for #oilspill is currently #spreadingIT throughout our #au Newtwork.

    • Thanks for the support! We really enjoyed putting this all together, and it’s exciting to see the positive response to the film. We really do appreciate you spreading the word for us Down Under!

      • Ecstift

        Saw your presentation on the Gulf Coast today. It was a very impressive presentation, & was glad to see many different opinions of the oil business & how much their economy is derived from the business.

        • Thanks for the feedback! We did our best to show all sides of the issue that we encountered along the way.

    • Nathan

      Thanks for checking it out and for spreading it!

  • Special thanks to everyone who made this documentary possible. We could not have done this without the support of generous individuals and businesses who donated to our cause.

    We hope you enjoy the film!

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  • It sounds like you’re creating problems yourself by trying to solve this issue instead of looking at why
    their is a problem in the first place

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