Unless we heal the source of inhumanity, the disease will prevail. Any lesser remedy will be akin to applying a bandage to a severed limb. – Director, CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak
A groundbreaking film revealing the spiritual truth of an egocentric society that perpetuates the holocaust of animals with its center on the fur trade as a paradigm of a larger nemesis permeating our world. The film interprets from the ‘soul’ perspective, so that an awakening can occur from a deeper level of the psyche.
Soul is not a thing to be worn, eaten, bought or sold.
Through the heart and vision of the Director, we will become intimately connected with the cast of nonhuman animals who play a starring role in the film. We will experience firsthand their angst, victimization, defenselessness and suffering from the soul level. This precedent-setting documentary will convey a spiritually evocative message interwoven within the fabric of a powerful film that will move society to free its vision from the body’s eyes to see with the eyes of the soul. This cognitive shift in perception will transform society’s behavior from one of ‘separation’ to ‘connection’: the quintessential turning point in the epiphany of the collective consciousness, and, in turn, evolve society to make conscious and compassionate choices.
A film that people will want to see, not close their eyes in horror.
A documentary unlike any film about animal cruelty, CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak will convey the truth from a deeper level of the psyche, bridging the link to cruelty through the soul connection.
The revealing truth will be seamlessly interwoven within the fabric of a moving, powerful film that will engage society and transform consciousness.
This compelling film will be stylized from a revelatory point of view, more a dramatic piece than journalism, unearthing a unique, precedent-setting approach to explore the fundamental source of harm in our society. Its goal is to enter the world of the fur trade in an intimate way rather than investigate the facts from an impersonal point of view. On a broader level, the film will address the egocentrism and greed that perpetuate the abuse and exploitation of billions of nonhuman animals and will bring to light the consequential effect of the energy of violence in our society.
This powerful film will leave an indelible imprint on the soul of humanity, intuitively evolving the collective consciousness toward compassion and evolutionary change.
The power of respect will change our world.
Production Specifications: Feature length documentary film
Film Locations: New York, Canada and China, lending itself to a visually engaging cinematic experience.
Cast: The nonhuman animals play a starring role. We become intimately connected with these sentient beings and experience firsthand their angst, victimization, defenselessness and suffering from the soul level.
Supporting Cast: The film’s Interviews and commentary will be told through the voices of spiritual leaders, visionaries, humanitarians, environmentalists, animal welfare leaders, celebrities, luminaries, social consciousness movers, evolution biologists and others. Discussion will also include the political representation of nonhuman animals in our society and animal rights as a moral principle based on spiritual values.
Distribution Plan: Worldwide theatrical distribution, cable broadcast outlets, ancillary distribution, and other global media channels.
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CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak has produced three movie shorts to date and working toward a full-length documentary while raising funds. The movie shorts have had a profound effect on its viewers around the globe with acclaimed reviews and have gained the attention of the international press, including groundbreaking television news coverage in China, the world’s largest supplier of animal skins and the mecca of the largely unknown cat and dog fur trade, bringing it into the international spotlight.
The movie shorts have garnered tremendous support from around the globe for the film and its message, ensuring a solid foundation for worldwide distribution. Important strategic alliances have also been made globally with animal welfare organizations that are directly working to end the fur trade.