World Animal Awareness Society To Release Four New Documentaries On Human-Animal Interaction

The WA2S will release 2 x 54 and 2 x 26 minute documentaries. The 2 x 54 productions are: Amongst The Animals and American Stray. The 2 x 26 productions are: The Volunteers and International Animal Rescue Chaser
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June 15, 2011 - PRLog -- June 15, 2011 – Hollywood, CA:  Executive Director Tom McPhee is pleased to present the current slate of documentaries from the World Animal Awareness Society – They are:

AMERICAN STRAY - a 54 minute (international broadcast ready) in depth study and census of the stray dog problem plaguing American cities with an emphasis on defining the problem by providing quantitative animal estimates and prospective remedies while profiling many organizations large and small engaged with the problem today.  American Stray is being filmed in the city of Detroit, MI over the course of one year and is the basis for a continuing series that will focus a lens on US cities with similar problems throughout this decade. In Production.

THE VOLUNTEERS - a 26 minute (international broadcast ready) presentation of the many stories that over half a dozen teams of amateur, Volunteer, Spotter -- Documentarians were able to film in the Gulf of Mexico following BP's Deepwater Horizon catastrophe for the World Animal Awareness Society in the summer and fall of 2010. In Post Production.

INTERNATIONAL ANIMAL RESCUE CHASER - a 26 minute (international broadcast ready) examination of animal rescue groups large and small that rush into the chaos following human and man-made disasters to stake their claim in the animal rescue domain.  The cataclysms in Haiti and Japan are the back drops for this engrossing portrait of the passionate players in action.  In Post Production.

AMONGST THE ANIMALS - a 54 minute (international broadcast ready) dissection of the first 18 months of global expeditions and seemingly infinite number of stories about the nature of humans and the intersections with animals.  A production focused on the many challenges facing the team at the World Animal Awareness Society on expedition. In Post Production.

“There has never been a more fertile period in history to produce and present movies focused on those contemporary issues where human and animal kind collide.” stated Tom McPhee.  “To discover and explore human evolution at this intersection is why we exist.”

The World Animal Awareness Society - specializes in filming contemporary events at the human-animal intersection. Headline stories such as the proliferation of puppy mills including raids by national and local animal rescues; Dolphin, Shark and Whale wars; animal hoarding; and animals affected by man-made disasters are filmed.  Recent expeditions produced stories of animal rescue and relief efforts in earthquake ravaged Haiti, dozens of stories focused on the catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico and the effect on wildlife as part of the ALL EYES ON THE GULF Expedition,  most recently an excursion to earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan to put a lens on animal/human rescue and relief efforts.  For more about the expeditions and work of the World Animal Awareness Society, please visit our website to view our videos and learn more:

The VISION of the World Animal Awareness Society ( is to focus a lens on a wide spectrum of interactions at the human-animal intersection and curate a detailed filmed archive of behaviors in expectation of observing human evolution.

The World Animal Awareness Society is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity as determined by the IRs. Contributions to the the Society are tax deductible under section 170 of the Code. EIN: 27-1918794
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