29 November 2016

The Emotional World of Farm Animals (2004)

A documentary for viewers of all ages about the thinking and feeling side of animals that are all too often viewed as food. Jeffrey Masson leads viewers through the personal journey he underwent while writing The Pig Who Sang to the Moon. It brings Masson to animal sanctuaries around the country where caregivers and the animals themselves tell their harrowing stories of rescue and escape. Masson delves into the rich ancestry of these curious and intelligent animals and interviews top experts in animal behavior who offer scientific perspectives on these amazing creatures.

28 November 2016

The Witness (2000)

How does a tough Brooklyn construction contractor become an impassioned animal advocate? In the award-winning documentary The Witness, Eddie Lama explains how he feared and avoided animals for most of his life, until the love of a kitten opened his heart, inspiring him to rescue abandoned animals and bring his message of compassion to the streets of New York. With humor and sincerity, Eddie tells the story of his remarkable change in consciousness.

27 November 2016

Eat Less Meat: It's Costing the Earth (2004)

This video and the accompanying report argue that rising meat consumption is putting unsustainable pressure on the earth's resources of land, water and energy; diverts grain needed to feed people to use as animal feed, damaging food security; leads to deforestation as land is cleared for pasture or to grow crops to feed animals; contributes to global warming and 'acid rain'; encourages intensive farming systems which do not meet the welfare needs of animals; has negative implications for human health. It argues for decision makers and consumers in the developed world to reduce dependence on animal products. It argues for a more moderate consumption of meat, and for that meat to be produced using humane and sustainable production methods.

24 November 2016

Slice of Cruelty (2014)

Is your pizza topped with horrific animal cruelty? A Mercy For Animals undercover investigation reveals animal abuse at a major pizza cheese supplier Leprino Foods. Workers were caught viciously kicking, punching and stabbing cows with screwdrivers, and violently whipping them in their faces and bodies with chains and metal wires.

Tierversuche in Tübingen (2014)

A joint BUAV and Soko Tierschutz undercover investigation at a leading research institute in the European Union has revealed the shocking and disturbing use of monkeys in research. The investigation carried out at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany uncovered the brutal way in which the lives of monkeys were controlled and manipulated in cruel experiments.

23 November 2016

Farm Animals and Us (2014)

Watch the amazing abilities of pigs and hens. See how pigs, chickens and dairy cows are kept in intensive, free-range and organic systems. Decide how you think farm animals should live. Covers selective breeding and efficient human food chains.

PETA: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (2011)

Ms. Newkirk will talk about PETA's philosophy and the value of kindness to all. She will explain why PETA sometimes produces provocative posters featuring celebrities posing naked, and the worth of generating internet buzz in a media age, discussing the power of video to change hearts and minds and to get people involved. Her discussion will pinpoint the causes of the tragic overpopulation crisis for dogs and cats in the U.S., what this means for homeless animals and practical ways in which people can help. She hopes to inform the audience about the wonder of animals, their cultures and behaviors and how easy it is to make kind choices.

Outside of their Homes: Escalation of Anti-vivisection (2008)

This documentary details the struggle of animal rights activists in Salt Lake City to expose the secrecy surrounding animal research, or vivisection, at the University of Utah Campus.

22 November 2016

Animal Liberation 2 - The Sequel (1995)

This video has been produced by various individuals to complement the original video "Animal Liberation - The Movie (1993)" and show how animal liberation has developed into the 90s'. Every year billions of animal are killed in laboratories, imprisoned in factory farms and slaughtered in abattoirs, killed for pleasure by hunters, shooters and anglers. So some of people are prepared to go beyond the law. Nearly 200 people have been imprisoned since the 80s. The ALF have closed down many vivisection laboratories and other establishments. This video was dedicated to those people who have given their lives and freedom in the name of animal liberation.

Farm to Fridge (2011)

Narrated by Academy Award nominee James Cromwell, this powerful film takes viewers on an eye-opening exploration behind the closed doors of the nations largest industrial poultry, pig, dairy, and fish farms, hatcheries, and slaughter plants - revealing the often-unseen journey that animals make from Farm to Fridge. Using arresting images covertly recorded on hidden camera, this provocative film puts into focus the harsh reality faced by farmed animals - creatures granted no federal protection from abuse during their lives on factory farms.

Vegan Fitness: Built Naturally (2005)

Robert Cheeke, author of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, produced and directed this movie - a must-see for vegan athletes and an inspiration to anyone interested in becoming healthier and increasing their athletic performance. In addition to Robert, "Vegan Fitness Built Naturally" features the lives of two other successful vegan athletes: Brenden Brazier, professional Ironman triathlete, and Tonya Kay, professional dancer and actress. This film covers all aspects of their lives including their nutrition programs, what they eat, where they shop, how they prepare meals, their training programs, and their vegan fitness lifestyles. If you're looking for ways to become a healthier person, improve the sustainability of the planet and gain new enthusiasm for life, this is the movie for you. An introduction to a healthy vegan fitness lifestyle, recommendations are given for more in depth information regarding meal plans and training.

20 November 2016

Good Science Versus Bad Science (2008)

Every year, 100 million animals are used for experimentation in U.S. even though modern alternatives exist. Is is really necessary?

The Story of Oliver (2007)

Oliver the chimpanzee was once believed to be the "missing link". After years of being exploited as a curiosity, Oliver finally found sanctuary at Primarily Primates.


19 November 2016

Holy Crap! I Wanna Go Vegan (2010)

Rory Freedman, Tonya Kay and John Salley explain why they are vegans.

The Fate of Furbearing Animals on Norwegian Fur Farms (2003)

Documentary about Norwegian fur farming, in English. Focuses on the fate of fur-bearing animals in Norwegian fur farms and shows footage from different fur farms. Also includes various interviews with people of different opinions about fur farming.


Rod Coronado - A Voice for Liberation (2000)

Rod Coronado is an indigenous traditionalist, earth warrior and convicted ALF activist who spent few years in a federal prison for actions carried out on behalf of the earth and the animals. This video contains record of a radio interview conducted by Mirha-Soleil Ross with Rod Coronado on June 15, 2000 for ANIMAL VOICES (CIUT 89.5FM – Toronto). Its transcript was subsequently published in Issue #17 of the UNDERGROUND: The Magazine of the North American Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group.

18 November 2016

Reportrarna: Sabotörerna (1999)

Sabotörerna presents interviews with Swedish and English animal rights activists, such as Ronnie Lee, Robin Webb and Kristofer Aberg.

Eldsjälar: Kött är mord (1997)

Anna is a young vegan and animal rights activist. We follow her both in her everyday life and during a trip to Helsinki, where she participates in a large illegal demonstration against the fur industry.

Behind the Mask (2006)

Behind the Mask: The Story of the People Who Risk Everything to Save Animals is a documentary film about the Animal Liberation Front (ALF). It took three years of filming, interviewing, and editing to complete. The movie was created by animal-rights lawyer Shannon Keith, who owns Uncaged Films and ARME (Animal Rescue, Media & Education). The documentary was produced in response to a perceived bias in the mainstream media against the animal rights movement.

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2014)

The World's largest environmental organizations are failing to address the single most destructive force facing the planet today. Follow the shocking, yet humorous, journey of an aspiring environmentalist, as he daringly seeks to find the real solution to the most pressing environmental issues and true path to sustainability.


This Is Vivisection (2007)

Film about vivisection, affording you to rare opportunity to see into the normally secretive world of animal experimentation. The footage contained in this film has been included in order to give you an idea of the scale and variety of experiments that millions of laboratory animals undergo on a daily basis world-wide.

A Burning Rage (2006)

A half hour film about the Earth and Animal Liberation Fronts and the Green Scare.


17 November 2016

Pirate for the Sea (2008)

A documentary on Paul Watson, who takes the law into his own hands on the open seas, confronting, by any nonviolent means necessary, the hunters who indiscriminately slaughter whales, seals and sharks, along with complicit governments and environmental organizations.


15 November 2016

Testify! Eco-Defense and the Politics of Violence (2005)

A 50-minute video that discusses the tactics and philosophy of revolutionary environmentalism and animal liberation. Includes footage of ALF and ELF actions plus interviews with many direct-action environmentalists.

Unnecessary Fuss (1984)

26-minute excerpt from films made by the researchers themselves at Dr. Genarelli's head injury laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. The tapes were secretly taken by members of the Animal Liberation Front and brought to the attention of the press and Congress, which led to the closing of the lab. The film shows painful experiments: baboons strapped on a table have crashing blows administered to their heads, while scientists smoke and listen to music. These experiments had been conducted for 15 years at the expense of 12 Million dollars, funded by the tax payer.

14 November 2016

A Cow at My Table (1998)

A Cow at My Table explores Western attitudes towards farm animals and meat, and the intense battle between animal advocates and the meat industry to influence the consumer's mind. Five years in production took Director Jennifer Abbott across Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand to meet with the leaders of the animal rights movement, animal welfare advocates as well as spokespeople from livestock industries. A Cow at My Table inter-cuts these diverse perspectives with archival films, images from modern-day agribusiness and footage of farm animals shot from uncharacteristic vantage points.


Your Mommy Kills Animals (2007)

The film reports on controversies concerning and within the animal rights movement. These include external conflicts between animal rights advocates and medical researchers and restaurant operators, and internal disagreements within the animal rights movement between the animal shelter operators and the confrontationalists who demonstrate outside homes of corporate opponents. The film also discusses the comparison between animal liberation activists and political terrorists, including the FBI's ranking of animal-rights activists as the nation's No. 1 domestic terrorism threat.


Canada: Part of the Pain (1981)

These were the first vivisection videos taken by an organization who wants to stop animal experiments. In 1981 Lifeforce Founder Peter Hamilton and camera person Chas Leckie travelled to numerous research laboratories throughout Canada. The goal was to expose the secretive experiments on animals. The public taxpayers and donors have a right to know. These same and/or similar experiments continue today.

Skin Trade (2010)

Fur is sexy, beautiful, sensuous and luxurious. Nothing feels better against your skin, and beautiful, sexy, successful people wear it. Fur is also environmentally friendly and is therefore a sustainable resource. These are the campaigns the fur industry uses to get people to commit the ultimate atrocities permitted against animals. Consumers are misled by retailers who assure them that animals used for fur are humanely euthanized, intentionally hiding the reality of how the animals are hideously killed. Step inside the world of SKIN TRADE. Hundreds of hours of interviews with insiders, designers, leaders and celebrities compiled in a heart punching documentary directed and produced by award winning director Shannon Keith. This film lends a voice to the voiceless whose skin is ripped from them while often still alive. Understand what makes this savage industry tick and what it will take to change it. Whether you are a fan of fur or repulsed by the thought, you owe it to yourself to watch this moving peek inside the dark world of ugly glamour and painful beauty.


Stop the baby Trade (2012)

An in-depth look at the UK's role in the international trade in monkeys for research, in particular wild-caught monkeys and their offspring. The film is made up of footage from BUAV undercover investigations in Cambodia, Vietnam, Mauritius and elsewhere.

The Test of a Civilization (2006)

Produced by PETA and narrated by James Cromwell, this video takes us through just a small observation of the surface of animal testing through a number of facilities including: University of California, Riverside, Boys Town Research Center, University of North Carolina, Iams Pet Food Laboratory, to name a few. All these tests here could have been done on human cells removed from operations or donated in test tubes, which is cheaper, 100% accurate (whereas testing on animals is extremely inaccurate, for example anesthesia that we use to knock people out actually stimulates many animals including rats, cats and horses), can be examined more carefully and most of all is more ethical.

Food, Inc. (2008)

Our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. We have bigger-breasted chickens, the perfect pork chop, herbicide-resistant soybeans, even tomatoes that won't go bad, but we also have new strains of e coli--the harmful bacteria that causes illness for an estimated 73,000 Americans annually. We are riddled with widespread obesity, particularly among children, and an epidemic level of diabetes among adults. In Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that's been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of our government's regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA.


Kill It, Skin It, Wear It (2008)

Merrilees Parker investigates the recent surge in popularity for fur and tries to find out whether the animals are killed humanely. Later on she goes beaver trapping and asks whether she could kill it, skin it and wear it. Will she ever wear fur again?

13 November 2016

Stop Circus Suffering (2008)

The truth about the treatment of animals in circuses. Filmed by Animal Defenders International, this video lifts the lid on the use and abuse of animals in entertainment including the violence used to train and control the animals; the small cages, temporary pens, and chains the animals live and die in; the long journeys; the unnatural conditions; the animals driven out of their minds by boredom and deprivation.

Breaking Free (1998)

Breaking Free Video Magazine was a fast paced journey into the heart of direct action via compilations of direct action stories. It lasted few issues about animal liberation and environmental movement.

Soi Dogs (2010)

Following key members of The Soi Dog Foundation, this documentary is a testament to their dedication in helping the estimated 20,000 dogs living wild on the island of Phuket. Faced with horror and inhumanity each day, foundation Managers John and Gill Dalley battle on regardless, but when adversity turns into incomprehensible personal tragedy, is their will strong enough to fight another day?

A Living Nightmare (2014)

A joint BUAV and Soko Tierschutz undercover investigation reveals the shocking fate of the monkeys from Mauritius as they find themselves a long way from home inside the metal cages of the Max Plank Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany, a leading European research facility.

Stimulus Response (1994)

Featuring scientists from Britain's leading veterinary schools, this unique video teaches the five steps of the stimulus-response pathway by using examples from animals' lives. Viewers will see how pigs perceive stimuli in the first moments of their lives, watch hens run obstacle courses to show that they have the mental ability and coordination to learn from videos, and learn about calves' internal and external effectors. The video also shows the ways in which these animals are able to respond to the stimuli in their environments.

Hidden Crimes (1986)

Film that affords you a glimpse into a world you were never meant to see: the hidden world of animal experimentation where grant-hungry, pseudo scientists are responsible not only for the torture of millions of animals, but also for the systematic destruction of our health and the collapse of our economy. Hidden Crimes includes the secret footage that the Animal Liberation Front took at animal research facilities in California and Pennsylvania.

Live Fast, Die Young (2006)

The story of the intensive meat chicken from chick to plate. Live Fast, Die Young expose the welfare problems of chickens bred to grow faster than their bones and heart can cope with.

Jill's Film (2005)

Jill Phipps (1964-1995) was a British animal rights activist who was crushed to death during an animal rights protest in Baginton, Warwickshire, England, when she deliberately stepped in front of a lorry transporting live veal calves heading for continental Europe via Coventry Airport. This film lasts about 40 minutes and includes footage of Jill, the Coventry live export campaign, Jill's funeral, interviews with Jill's family and footage showing the horrific reality of animal cruelty.

Chattel (2003)

"Chattel" focuses on several research animal facilities and the campaigns and individuals working to close them down. The film includes the story of Matt Rossell's two year undercover investigation at the Oregon Regional Primate Center.

Bad Medicine: The Human Cost of Animal Experiments (2007)

Bad Medicine is the first UK produced film exposing the true human cost of animal experimentation. Although many people believe that vivisection is a 'necessary evil', essential to the well-being of themselves and their loved ones, the reverse is actually the case; that basing human medicine on the false methodology of animal experimentation is a major cause of untold human suffering and death.