Anita Kranjc: 24 Hour Vigil

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Anita Krajnc, co-founder of the now-global Animal Save Movement, became an activist while walking her dog, when she came face to face with hundreds of pigs inside transport trucks on their way to slaughter. This film tells the story of bearing witness and animal advocacy at slaughterhouses in Toronto during a 24-hour Save vigil in 2015, wherein amidst the horror, a small miracle took place.

Photography and Video: Jo-Anne McArthur
Film: Kelly Guerin, 2016

This film is part of the Unbound Project: Celebrating Women on the Frontlines of Animal Advocacy Worldwide. Visit the Unbound Project for more content like this.
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