Bloody Honey

Viral film to change EU migration policy

Press Release   •   Dec 09, 2015 08:00 CET

When there are no legal and safe routes for refugees into the EU, men, women and children are forced to risk their lives in order to – hopefully – reach safety in Europe. Many die on the way.

When the picture of the Kurdish boy on the beach, Alan Kurdi, reached the Bloody Honey office, we decided to do something the best way we know how – with animation. Besides being an outlet for all the anger and frustration we feel, we also hope the film can speak for many EU citizens who feel the same.

The viral film has already reached tens of thousands of people all over the world. But it doesn't stop there, the goal is to push the film all the way to the EU leaders and to show that there are many who feel this way and demand change.

Bloody Honey has previously worked with Fredrik Gertten, BBC News and Musikhjälpen (Music Aid), among others.

Bloody Honey is a production company specialized in motion graphics. We are based in Malmö, Sweden, but work with clients from all over the world.