April 16, 2010— D.V.A. Productions, in Association with Indiewood Pictures, is proud to present the powerful and hard-hitting feature documentary The Eyes of Thailand. The newly edited trailer features:
- Soraida Salwala, founder of the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) Elephant Hospital
- Dr. Preecha, a veterinarian at FAE
- Staff from the Prostheses Foundation
- Motala, a 48-year old elephant landmine survivor; and
- Baby Mosha, a 3-year old elephant landmine survivor.
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The Eyes of Thailand is the inspirational story of one woman’s quest to help two elephant landmine survivors, Motala and Baby Mosha walk on their own four legs. Treating their wounds was only part of the journey; building elephant-sized prostheses was another. Directed and Produced by Windy Borman. Produced by Tim VandeSteeg. Music by Amie Penwell.
P.S. The Eyes of Thailand is currently in post-production, and we’re raising funds to edit it so we can premiere the film in 2011.
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