Lammas Park’s SAMONA OLANNIPEKUN latest campaign for Greenpeace ‘Don’t Stop’

Greenpeace and Mother London have teamed up with director Samona Olanipekun of Sir Steve McQueen’s Lammas Park for a new UK short film highlighting the environmental crises facing upcoming generations. Featuring Will Poulter (‘Midsommar’‘Guardians of the Galaxy 3’), and Exec Produced by Steve McQueen, the film is set to a cover of Fleetwood Mac‘s classic, ‘Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow, performed by young musicians- reimagined by Grammy-winning producer Fraser T Smith (Stormzy, Adele, Drake) and rapper Avelino – as a sobering reminder of the cost of celebrating the fossil fuel industry. Depicting a hedonistic party brimming with excess and gluttony, where the kitchen nurses raging fires and cigarettes are stubbed out on melting ice-sculptures, the young musicians struggle to communicate their concern to the older decadent partygoers. The short film will be screened at the upcoming Glastonbury Festival‘s main stages between 21-25 June, with the project’s branding used on-site to encourage attendees to stand against corporations damaging the environment on our behalf.

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