LOUIE PSIHOYOS 13 Articles
The Oceanic Preservation Society, the organization behind “The Cove,” is producing another film, this time capturing the illegal shark industry in China.
Back in 2009, director Louie Psihoyos shook up the world of documentary filmmaking with “The Cove” – a film that combined the best of animal activism with cutting edge technology
Race car driver and environmental activist Leilani Munter has been to Taiji, Japan to document the slaughter of dolphins three times and organized the lighting of the Empire State Building
The Empire State Building changed its colors this weekend to highlight the continued tragedy of the dolphin slaughter in Japan.
Tomorrow night the Empire State Building will be shining bright red in honor of the dolphins of the cove.
We already knew a bit about filmmaker Louie Psihoyos’ next project, titled “The Singing Planet”, but in a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, “The Cove” director says we should
One of the problems with documentaries is that the people who should see it most (i.e. the people closest to the events in the film) usually never see it at