Launch of 'Jeedara': trailer for upcoming documentary.

Today we launched the trailer and accompanying website for the upcoming documentary, 'Jeedara', which we are producing for Sea Shepherd Australia and The Great Australian Bight Alliance.

The trailer for the upcoming film, to be released on Earth Day 2017.

As well as documenting the campaign, Fair Projects worked alongside Sea Shepherd Australia to create the website for the hosting of the film. We are also producing a photo-book celebrating the campaign, which will be available for sale upon the premiere of the documentary. Both the film and the book will be used to assist Sea Shepherd raise funds to continue their fight for the Bight.

The homepage of the website, which details the project and hosts the film and related media. Click here to see it.
The cover of the photo book that Fair Projects produced for the campaign. It's not yet released, but will be soon!

To find out more about the project, check out our project page on 'Operaiton Jeedara' by clicking here.

Colony Eggs : Not All They're Cracked Up To Be - SAFE

In 2015, Fair Projects teamed up with SAFE - New Zealand's leading Animal Rights organisation - to produce this video for their campaign against the introduction of 'Colony Cage' eggs in New Zealand.

Starring New Zealand television personality Suzanne Paul, this video was a part of SAFE's campaign against the introduction of colony cage systems in New Zealand.

Fair Projects filming the video with TV personality Suzanne Paul, in 2015.

This satire video was released in late 2016, and received widespread media attention in New Zealand, encouraging the debate about the welfare of chickens in the production of eggs in New Zealand.

To find out more about SAFE and the campaign, click here.

The launch of 'Operation Nemesis' - Sea Shepherd

On the 3rd of December, 2016, Sea Shepherd Global began their 11th Antarctic Whale Defence Campaign, 'Operation Nemesis'.

This video was produced by Fair Projects to communicate Sea Shepherd's goals and tactics to their support base as their ships 'The Steve Irwin' and 'The Ocean Warrior' began their journey from Australia to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.

To find out more about the campaign, click here.

Saving animals in the Amazon - Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi

As part of our work in South America in 2014, we travelled to Bolivia and into the heart of the Amazon to document the work of Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY) - a group dedicated to the rehabilitation & protection of injured & abused wildlife. Over the course of a week we were shown around Parque Machía - one of their three centres that care for animals.

Check out the video we made for them, below. To find out more about our work with CIWY, and to help, check out our project page by clicking here.