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Salvation for Peta. And perhaps also for male chicks.

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 11-04-2014 15:45 | Category: Animal rights



Flying chicks. Peta.

Peta has seen the light. No more boobs and butt. Finally.

Students from the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg rescued three male chicks from a hatchery in Germany. They shot just half an hour with them on a farm with a Phantom Flex camera and a blue-screen background. And the video below is the fantastic result.

As they explained to Adfreak: “After we finished the ‘Flying Chicks’ ad, we showed it to PETA and they loved our work. We and the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg donated the ad to PETA and they will spread it in a couple of days on the Internet.”



Additional credits:
Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg
Scriptwriter, Director: Djawid Hakimyar
Producer: Dominko Gudelj
Director of Photography: Simon Drescher
Editor: Henning Nolte
Music: Schnack Music Manufacture
Supported by: Leithaus Filmproduktion, LBBW-Stiftung, Der Sonnenhof, Dedo Weigert Film
Source:
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