What happened to the people most intimately touched by BP’s failing? Those are the questions the Great Invisible, a new documentary debuting at SXSW, hopes to answer.
The Great Invisible Tells The Story Of BP Workers At Deepwater
March 7, 2014

Via Gas 2.0:

When BP’s Deepwater Horizon drilling operation went bad in 2010, it did so in spectacular fashion. There was an explosion, a fire, and nearly incomprehensible damage to the people, economy, and ecosystem of the Gulf states. The lawsuits against BP came hard and fast in the aftermath of the disaster, and BP pulled a few fast ones along the way, as well.

Still, most of the world- most of America, at least- has largely moved on. But what about the people who were hurt or the families of the BP workers killed in the disaster? What happened to the people most intimately touched by BP’s failin...

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