Title: WTO – Wrecking Animal Protection Client: Compassion in World Farming Trust (CIWF) Year : 2003 Narrated by James Bolam An advocacy film for distribution to international non-governmental organisations campaigning against the regulations of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Title: Eat Less Meat Client : Compassion in World Farming Trust (CIWF) Year: 2004 Duration: 20 mins Narrated by Joanna Lumley This film puts the case for eating less meat because it is harmful to health, it ruins traditional agricultural livelihoods, it destroys the environment and it’s terrible for animal welfare. The film features leading campaigners and scientists including Professor Walter Willett, Jonathan Porritt, Vandana Shiva, Patrick Holden and Joyce D’Silva.
Client : Animal Protection Institute, Sacramento, California. Film : ’A Life Sentence’ Duration : 30 min Launch : March 2006 Exotic animals such as tigers, lions, bears, wolves and large primates like chimpanzees are kept in bizarre private pet menageries and zoos in the USA despite recurring evidence that they kill. This film shows how owners are putting public lives at risk by letting people pet and sit on wild tigers and other animals, how the animals are being defanged or declawed to make them safer, and how primates are being dressed in nappies, has and even jewelry.
Campaign film for Save the Children UK accompanying their Eat Sleep Learn Play programme to supply the disadvantaged in Britain with basic essentials for parents to care for the 1.6 million children living in severe poverty. Launch 2011 For more information www.savethechildren.org.uk