Crowd funding is the way forward, especially for those who don’t have a strong capital base. The very nature of this project attracts it, and the average person gets involved by seeing the information, and feeling compelled to act. It becomes a future hope for our children’s’ children
Once stage one of development has been created, the concept of the documentary takes on a whole new approach, and this could change dramatically based on the outcomes of the predictive modeling and animation, and how that is actually depicted.
The goal of this content is to show various Musicians, Company Directors Politicians, and Entrepreneurs the hard facts and reality of what is happening, gauge their reactions, and use the outcomes to create an ongoing collective solution, where everyone gets involved.
People on our wish list include Elon Musk, Sir Richard Branson, President Obama, Bill Gates, U2, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, David Guetta, Moby, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Russell Crowe, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Angeline Jolie, Taylor Swift, Dwayne Johnson, Ellen DeGeneres, Kayne West, Jennifer Lawrence, Larry Page , Eric Schmidt, Rupert Murdoch, Indra Nooyi, Lee Scott, Katsuaki Watanabe, Rex Tillerson, James Mcnerney, Bob Iger just to name a few.
This part of the project becomes entirely crowd funded. We create a plan of action, and from a documentary point of view a series of behind the scenes videos are created at each and every exercise, so that the public are constantly informed, kept up to date, and engaged at each step of the journey. Those that are financially involved have priority over the average viewer, by seeing more of what’s going on, and interacting with the team. They also get to see more of the inside track, support material, and actually be involved through groups and projects that we develop along the way. The important thing here is to keep evolving, keeping the pressure on and seeing changes taking place in society.
The estimated timeframe to document and gains support of the project, as well as fund it and progressively develop it is estimated at 18 months. This is from its inception, including data retrieval, conversion and development of animation and predictive modeling.
STAGE TWO: THE SERIES: ‘Our Plastic Planet’
A series of documentaries investigating a global crisis, an imminent threat to all existence on this miracle of rock and water teeming with life. We reveal the terrible myth that by throwing away plastic it will somehow disappear. So, we ask what can be done by each person in their daily lives to save our oceans before we all poison this planet with plastic. Shot with cutting edge technology; underwater and air drones and stabilizers, we float around the world in an ever-ending journey to discover the truth about our future on this plastic planet. Each episode uses the animation produced to reveal what the world will look like in 10, 20, 30 years’ time as the visualization sinks in and we see how it can change.
The Sap Saviour.
We begin with an Australian sailing company, who love the ocean, discovering what plastic is doing and how in 10, 20, 50 years’ time there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. We investigate the history of plastic – discovery of plastic, development and the innovations that plastics brought to a growing consumer society in a world that needed cheap ways of keeping food safe and clean. Plastic revolutionized the world, from Tupperware parties to cheap furniture, to food packaging to intensive farming, the starving world had a safe wrapper to preserve their lives. We integrate the animation at various times to actually show what is happening, year by year.
We document the explosion of the baby boom era, the demand for cheap luxury goods that will last for ever. The success of small businesses who were able to produce goods that were cheap and that could not be fixed but thrown away when they were broken.
Then the realization that plastic does not return to the earth to feed a future living planet.
The supermarkets that began producing large valleys of waste and the collection of landfill sites that began polluting the world. How the canals and rivers, lakes and oceans, traditionally the toilets of the dry world, now had produced a place where the plastics do not dissolve and feed the wildlife, even though they would eat the plastic, it would only serve to poison natures organic system. We break down the animated process and show what plastic actually ends up in our oceans, how much, and why, and how we can go about the change from an International Perspective.
After we eat what then…
Pollution we see just how the mountains of resources that built the wealthy nations of today have been consumed and all that is left is the plastic wrappers that had protected these resources. Since Marco Polo documented in his diaries how every nation had produced an excess of a few products that were very cheap in the places that produced them and if we just opened the trading boarders all the world could be rich. What he didn’t consider is what happens when all those resources have been sold and distributed and consumed what is left. In reality a mass of wrapping, micro fibre, coffee cups, straws and plastic. Now that the petrol age is on the decline plastic production will be on the increase to keep the oil industry going. We show an animated view on how plastic itself breaks down, and the effect it could have on the human bloodstream, how it gets into our food chain, and what effects it does have on the marine environments, oxygen, and actual climate changes to our ecosystems.
Recycling the plastic age.
This series takes a huge turn in positivity, we investigate the recycling age, seeing the rubbish that will not feed anything in the food chain of nature has to be dealt with. How the recycling age became a political strategy and failed but a new innovation attitude came alive. The rubbish polluting our towns canals rivers and oceans has become a resource. The terrible realization that we had produced a product that does not go away, becomes an advantage in the need for the new. Using our predictive modelling of our animation, we can now show the harsh reality of what is happening while talking to key speakers and world leaders.
From dumping all the waste in the ocean, we turn the tide and discover how a new generation is inventing ways of making this poison into. medicine for the future.
Young entrepreneurs designing systems to collect and process the plastic waste collected in the islands of plastic floating in the sea. Houses built out of rubbish,
Domestic machines that turn our plastic waste into a liquid that can be 3D printed in our own homes. Shoes made out of recycled plastic bags, our road surfaces 5 times more resilient made of rubber and plastic. a thousand ways to use this man-made resource if only the oil companies would allow us. The good news is that it’s up to us the audience to vote with our choices, when we do that we change the way everyone behaves. Broken down, we can show our predictive model, and how the reduction of oceanic waste can change the outcomes. Through the course of innovation, we can tap into this resource, and reveal what is required to make it happen.
Re-evolution of the individual.
The resolution suggested by this series is for each individual to realize that we are ultimately in control of our environment, through our daily choices. We follow hundreds of people giving back their plastic packaging to the supermarkets selling them to us. We see where we can influence the world of plastic use and abuse by the decisions we make and the power of how we spend the money, we worship so much. The choice is ours, with the knowledge we can learn from the collective consciousness of the whole planet, we can begin to see the whole picture and that we have only one choice to take responsibility for every day actions, towards our water system and every bit of plastic, that we handle, must have a positive recycling solution, as it will never disappear, instead of this being a curse we can use it for a future where the human race, like plastic will live forever. We finish where we stated, with an animation of how much plastic is in our oceans today and see the visualization of how much will be in the future and armed with the knowledge we have gathered in this series we now know what each of us can do to save the 5 oceans of life on this beautiful planet we have no choice to live on.