Humane Society: A Pig's Tail

Where a pig can be a pig.

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To celebrate National Food Day, the Humane Society of the U.S. tapped Aardman Animations to create this moving tale of an amibitious little piglet named Ginger, who seeks a better world away from the industrial farm on which she was born. The film is aimed at children and was directed by Sarah Cox. It illustrates the inhumane conditions of industrial farms' dark, tight breeding pens where pigs spend their entire lives virtually immobile.

The film follows in the footsteps of Chipotle's "Back to the Start," the celebrated animated film promoting sustainable farming, created out of CAA Marketing and directed by Johnny Kelly.

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Credits
Date
Oct 24, 2012
Client:
Humane Society
Production Company:
Aardman Animations
Director:
Sarah Cox
Producer:
Jason Bartholomew
Backgrounds:
George Sander-Jackson
Stop Motion Animation:
Inez Woldman
Stop Motion Animation:
Martin Davies
Stop Motion Animation:
Danny Capozzi
Compositing:
Jonathan Biggins
Compositing:
Spencer Cross
Assistant Compositor:
Dominic Pitt
Assistant Compositor:
Josie Young
Production Manager:
Mark Simon Hewis
Production Manager:
Kaia Rose
Production Manager:
Maggie O'Connor
Editor:
Victoria Stevens
Sound Design:
Jonny Crew
Music:
Burlap to Cashmere
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