Posts Tagged ‘ film ’

Empty the Tanks: Ending Captivity of Marine Mammals

Photo by Jenni Rempel, Model: Kyra Puddifant.

This episode is all about the upcoming Empty The Tanks actions taking place around the world to protest the captivity of marine mammals on May 24th, 2014. Guests include local organizer Jeff Matthews and "Blackfish” director Gabriela Cowperthwaite.

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Salmon Confidential: Standing Together Against Fish Farms

This shocking documentary by Twyla Roscovich tells the behind-the-scenes story of the biggest environmental government coverup ever perpetrated on British Columbians. When biologist Alexandra Morton discovers BC’s wild salmon are testing positive for dangerous European salmon viruses associated with salmon farming worldwide, a chain of events is set off by the government’s efforts to suppress…

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Cow Ribbons, Webcams in Slaughterhouses, and Animal Documentary Reviews

Cow Ribbons, Webcams in Slaughterhouses, and Animal Documentary Reviews

Here’s this week’s show: [display_podcast] To start the show, we’ll be discussing the idea of having mandatory webcams in slaughterhouses that anyone can have access to, to enable the consumer full transparency when it comes to seeing how our food gets to our plates. Spring Member Drive It is our final week of the Spring…

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Animals on Screen at VIFF, and Karen Dawn’s Annual Turkey Rescue

Animals on Screen at VIFF, and Karen Dawn’s Annual Turkey Rescue

We talk to Bill Marin about his film Street Dogs of South Central. We also speak with Karen Dawn, author and media maven.

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Karol Orzechowski, director of Maximum Tolerated Dose; & Veg Fest Vancouver!

Karol Orzechowski, director of Maximum Tolerated Dose; & Veg Fest Vancouver!

We welcome the Black Pawprint Collective to the Vancouver scene and talk about the upcoming Veg Fest Vancouver. Featured is an interview with Karol Orzechowski, the Canadian director of Maximum Tolerated Dose, a new film about the personal stories of people who used to work in animal testing.

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