Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Tomm-Moore--Co-Director-of--There-s-A-Monster-in-My-Kitchen--Animation-27MDHU4VQLW.htmlConceptually similarFabian Erlinghäuser, Co-director of "There’s A Monster in My Kitchen"GP1SUI31Completed★★★★Threatening Graffiti in KarachiGP01J91Completed★★★★"Courage of Conscience" Award PresentationGP02CR9Completed★★★★★★"Courage of Conscience" Award CeremonyGP02CR8Completed★★★★Still from "There's A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationGP1SUF2TCompleted★★★★Still from "There's A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationGP1SUF34Completed★★★★★★Still from "There's A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationGP1SUF36Completed★★★★★★Wind Turbines on Aeroe IslandGP0STP32KCompleted★★★★Still from "There's A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationGP1SUF2ZCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SUHCGTomm Moore, Co-Director of "There’s A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationTomm Moore, Co-Director of "There’s A Monster in My Kitchen" Animation and Co-founder and Creative Director of Cartoon Saloon.Over the company’s history, Tomm has worked as Director, Art Director, Storyboarder, Animator and Illustrator on a range of projects from commercials to service work for feature films and TV series, as well as a number of short films projects. Tomm has directed 2 universally successful feature films both of which were nominated for Best Animated Feature at the ACADEMY AWARDS® The Secret of Kells in 2010 and the spiritual follow-up, Song of the Sea in 2015. Tomm also co-directed (with Ross Stewart) the “On Love” segment for The Prophet, a feature animation produced by Salma Hayek based on one of the best-selling books of all time. Tomm Moore received the Directors Guild of Ireland and America’s Finder’s Series Award in 2008 and European Director of the year at Cartoon Movie in 2009. Tomm has just finished his latest feature film WolfWalkers which he directed with Ross Stewart.Date:1 Aug, 2020Credit:© Cartoon SaloonLatitude:52°38'1.46"NMaximum size:3024px X 4032pxLongitude7°16'31.18"WKeywords:Eye contact-Forests (campaign title)-Half length-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-PortraitsShoot:Stills from "There's A Monster in My Kitchen" AnimationMonster, the sequel to Rang-Tan, a new short film from Greenpeace UK, made with four-time Academy Award®, Golden Globe®, BAFTA and Emmy nominated animation studio Cartoon Saloon and independent creative agency Mother, to support our mission to end the role of industrial meat in deforestation and climate change, and to challenge the companies who are responsible. Monster is a powerful horror story of a little boy who finds a scary ‘monster’ in his kitchen - a huge jaguar. Voiced by acclaimed Brazilian actor Wagner Moura (who played Pablo Escobar in Narcos), ‘Jag-wah’ reveals that he’s here to warn the little boy. The real Monsters are in fact the industrial meat companies burning down his forest home and destroying natural habitats to grow animal feed for meat. The realisation that industrial meat is the biggest cause of global deforestation leads the little boy to decide to “eat more plants and veggies” and to “fight these Monsters so our planet can renew”.