31 December 2016
Fowl Play is a documentery about the treatment of egg laying hens and other animals. It goes inside of egg corporations that people buy from everyday, and exposes how those animals are being treated, abused, and killed.
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.
28 December 2016
24 December 2016
Evidence collected by the NAVS inside British laboratories provides the widest and most accurate picture available of life and death for lab animals. NAVS were the first organization to expose contract testing on animals; to film primates in brain research; to expose the overbreeding of animals; and the only organization whose investigative work has led to a laboratory licence to experiment being revoked. Unlock the Labs contains footage from these investigations.
20 December 2016
"Saints and Angels" is a compelling fictional account of an Animal Liberation cell that has been organized for one evening in order to free animals from the daily tortures of experimentation and other forms of cruelty. Actual interviews and animal liberation footage make this a great introduction to the ALF and the entire movement in general.
18 December 2016
15 December 2016
This documentary showing the abuse of animals at animal testing centre Huntington Life Sciences in the 1990's. Produced by Small World for Channel 4, this documentary has educational value as well as historical importance. This is the original Countryside Undercover investigation which sparked the Close HLS campaign, a campaign which nearly brought HLS to financial insolvency.
Undercover video at Hunting Life Sciences (HLS) proving Animal testing and Animal cruelty. HLS have been infiltrated and exposed a number of times in recent years. Each time horrific evidence of animal abuse and staff incompetence has been uncovered, including workers punching beagle puppies in the face.
Footage from the world's largest captive-breeding farm for monkeys for the international research industry. The BUAV went undercover at Nafovanny in Vietnam - a factory-farm for up to 30,000 primates every year. Some of the macaque monkeys you see ended up in the notorious laboratories of Huntingdon Life Sciences and Covance.
12 December 2016
11 December 2016
10 December 2016
8 December 2016
Faroe Islands - ecological paradise, where free medical care, excellent education and a high standard of living. However, residents of the Faroe Islands is called the last barbarians of Europe. All because of legal hunting in small black whale - grind. While hunting sea turns red. Resembles the process of killing the carnage in which participate both men and women, adults and children. Characters in the film are trying to answer the question of why they kill grind? Oddly enough nobody asked them about it.
7 December 2016
Each year millions of sheep, pigs and cattle are transported across Europe, often on extremely long journeys. During 1999 Compassion In World Farming investigators have been busy trailing the livestock trucks. The shocking pictures they took are presented in the CIWF film Some Lie Dying.
This undercover video footage shows Carson & Barnes Circus' "animal care" director instructing a would-be elephant trainer how to use a sharp, steel-tipped bullhook and Ringling Bros handlers aggressively striking elephants with bullhooks.
A BUAV investigation in Kenya has uncovered the cruel capture and use of wild baboons for research. Legislation in Kenya relating to animal experiments is outdated and hopelessly inadequate. Wild baboons are captured and held at the Institute of Primate Research under conditions which seriously compromise their welfare and breach international guidelines, before being subjected to disturbing experiments by visiting researchers from the USA and Europe, including the UK.
5 December 2016
The swift fox has suffered from the cultivation of the prairie grasslands, but an innovative program has been implemented to reintroduce the swift fox into its original habitat in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Documenting the history and human misuse of this fragile ecosystem, this short film illustrates the precious balance between human and wildlife use of the environment.
Labels: short documentary
Safer Medicines Trust (formerly Europeans for Medical Progress Trust) showcasing some of the latest technologies that we believe could supplant animal tests in drug development to deliver safer drugs to patients, faster and at less cost. World-leading scientists present their vision for the future of drug safety testing, including microdosing, human tissues, gene chips and computer models.
2 December 2016
Follow the rescue of three different farm animals and learn about what came before. Narrated by Steve-O, and ardent animal advocate, you will be taken on a journey through the hell-on-earth of factory farming you will never forget.
A BUAV investigation has uncovered the shocking use of very young puppies and kittens in experiments in a UK laboratory. The investigation carried out at MSD Animal Health revealed that the animals were between 4 weeks to 6 months old when they were used in testing and killed. This is a secret the research industry would never want to be released into the public domain.
1 December 2016
Bullfighting takes place in countries such as Spain, Portugal, France, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, China, USA and Venezuela. The Irish Council Against Blood Sports encourages visitors to these countries to boycott the bullrings and avoid purchasing bullfighting-related souvenirs. Footage courtesy of the World Society for the Protection of Animals.
'For Cod's Sake' is an international documentary about the fate of the Baltic Sea cod. For years the stock has been declining. Finally, a small recovery has been noted, but scientist disagree about the extent of the recovery. Is the cod really back - or is a wipe-out still imminent?