Director/Producer Windy Borman filming at FAE's Elephant Hospital in Lampang, Thailand (Fall 2010).

It’s been a very busy fall for “The Eyes of Thailand” and I apologize if you feel neglected. During the radio silence the past six weeks, we’ve been able to get some big things in the works. Here is a snapshot:

  • I filmed 20 hours of footage in Thailand and Laos in October/November, which included filming the elephant landmine survivors at FAE’s Elephant Hospital in Thailand and human landmine survivors at the Cluster Munitions Convention in Vientiane, Laos.
  • This new footage will fill out the landmine side of the film and enable us to start editing the film in 2011! Don’t worry, we’ll update the trailer and post it in time for Elephant Appreciation Day!
  • I’ve also been invited to appear on Pet Talk in southern Connecticut in February and I’ll post the link for all to see.

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Thank you for all your support and I look forward to sharing more updates with you next year!


Windy Borman

Director | Producer, The Eyes of Thailand