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Before Jack Nicholson had made it big, before Meryl Streep had acted in a single movie, before Natalie Portman was even born — American Humane Association was looking out for animals on movie sets. Our commitment to ensuring that "No Animals Were Harmed"® goes way back.
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American Humane Association has been protecting animals in films since 1940, and over the years we’ve developed tried and true methods of ensuring “No Animals Were Harmed”® on movie sets. Our Los Angeles-based Film & TV Unit is the film and television industry’s only officially sanctioned animal monitoring program.
Click on “Read More” to watch the behind the scenes interview with Director Steven Spielberg and Barbara Carr, American Humane Association Certified Animal Safety Representative™.Read More »
New York, NY – 12/12/2011 – Twentieth Century Fox presents the after party for the NY premiere of We Bought a Zoo. The film, starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson, has earned American Humane Association’s coveted “No Animals Were Harmed”® end-credit certification and “Monitored: Outstanding” — the highest rating a film can earn. The productionContinue ReadingRead More »
After making sure “No Animals Were Harmed”® in the new movie Mr. Popper’s Penguins (out June 17), we did some meeting and greeting at the Hollywood premiere of the film on June 12 at the world-famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.Read More »
Jon Turteltaub, director of such popular films as Cool Runnings, While You Were Sleeping, and National Treasure, was honored at an open house at our Film & TV Unit’s new offices for his commitment to increase compassion and humanity throughout the world.Read More »
American Humane Association partnered with GreenScreen Animals to offer an unusual photo op at press day for Disney’s Secretariat. Stars, members of the press and our staffers posed in front of a green screen to insert themselves into shots from the movie. The green screen was provided by GreenScreen Animals, a Los Angeles-based digital content company. GreenScreen can provide a production with footage of animals in cases where it would be too expensive or potentially unsafe to film the actual animal on set. GreenScreen’s HD stock footage animal content is now being monitored by American Humane Association.Read More »
We have been on the set of HBO’s True Blood series to monitor scenes involving animals, including the dogfighting scenes that appear in the current-season episode titled “Hitting the Ground.” No dogfighting actually occurred, and this episode has earned our “No Animals Were Harmed”® disclaimer.Read More »
Film & TV Unit Outreach at Celebrity Golf Tournament
Members of our Film & TV Unit were at AFTRA’s inaugural Frank Nelson Fund Celebrity Golf Classic in Los Angeles on July 19, 2010, to increase awareness about the importance of protecting animals in filmed entertainment — and our role of working with productions to do that.Read More »
Watch Dogs 101 to brush up on all of your favorite dog breeds! Learning about the world’s most popular pets has never been this entertaining. Watch Saturdays at 9 p.m. only on Animal Planet.Read More »