For the estimated 2,000 to 3,000 whales and dolphins currently held in captivity around the world, life is bleak, boring and unnaturally short. These highly intelligent and social beings are bred, trained, sold and shipped like commodities, and suffer from physical and psychological ailments.
Also known as ‘divine pigs’ or ‘god pigs’, these animals are reared to extraordinary weights and then sacrificed as part of annual festivities at a minority of temples across Taiwan.
CENSORED LANDSCAPES, a project by artist Isabella La Rocca González, consists of large scale photographic landscapes that include sites of animal agriculture.
Jo-Anne’s image “The wall of shame” is selected by the Jury as a Highly Commended in this year’s Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
A We Animals Media feature film by Kelly Guerin In the Occupied Palestinian Territories, there exists a small number of people who have chosen to devote their lives to animals, each struggling against an overwhelming political and cultural climate which begs them to abandon their work and focus instead on the more pressing issue of their own human liberation.
Amy Jones and Paul Healey are the dynamic photographers and activists behind Moving Animals. We Animals Media caught up with them recently about their international investigative work for animals, and how they set out on - and sustain - this rewarding and difficult journey.
In her first online photography masterclass, Jo-Anne shows us in seven lessons how to do what she does; from crafting stories and choosing gear, to approaching investigations safely and dealing with the trauma of working up close to suffering.
Joaquin Phoenix stopped by Toronto's St. George subway station to show his support for the #BeFairBeVeganToronto campaign.
We Animals Media welcomes BAFTA-winning filmmaker Alex Lockwood of Lockwood Film.
In spite of what we now know about animal sentience, our priorities continue to lie in finding ways to maximize profit at their expense.