Directed by

Keil Orion Troisi, Molly Gore

Country of Origin

United States





Armed with realistic bird puppets, trickster environmental activists pretend to be a giant oil company—staging a satirical press conference to introduce “RéHabitat,” a plan to rescue animals from the East African Oil Pipeline by relocating them to “more sustainable” habitats. Using humor and mischief, they expose a deadly ecological disaster in a zany effort to help #StopEACOP.

Director Biography – Keil Orion Troisi, Molly Gore

Keil Orion Troisi has been a core member of culture-jamming group The Yes Men for over a decade. He wrote and directed the corporate-horror feature “Human Resources” (2015), shorts “Mono Generation” (2017) and “Cicada” (2022), and produced and co-wrote “Peace Pipeline” (2021), a MAP Fund awarded performance film opposing Line 3, which won Best Documentary Short at Dallas VideoFest, North Dakota Human Rights, Wolf Tree, Jim Thorpe, and Skoden fests. In 2019 he was a NYFA Fellow in Screenwriting-Playwriting.

Molly Gore is a multimedia artist, journalist, and culture jammer who works at the intersection of mischief and social change. She is the co-founder of culture jamming activist collective The Fixers, co-founder of underground satirical food magazine Hair of the Dog, and former director of the improvisational surrealist street theater team The Salted Codpiece.