|Written by Kristin McMurray|
|Wednesday, 27 October 2010 22:53|
Ann and Phelim released a two minute documentary that exposed James Cameron's eco-hypocrisy for donating $1 million to fight California Proposition 23. It's received significant coverage, including an article in the UK's Independent, which wrote:
Mr Cameron is hardly the only prominent celebrity to oppose the ballot measure. Other high-profile individuals campaigning against it include David Arquette, Benjamin Bratt, and California's Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger – a prime candidate for a similar attack advert, since he drives an SUV and commutes to Sacramento from his home in Los Angeles by private jet.
In the current economic climate, knocking the lifestyles of the rich and famous is likely to strike a chord. And given the brouhaha that greeted revelations about Al Gore's carbon footprint, the makers of "James Cameron – Hypocrite", who in 2009 produced a contentious documentary disputing climate change called Not Evil Just Wrong, may be tapping a rich rhetorical vein.
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