The first book against bullfights written in the English language has just been published.
By Michael A. Ogorzaly, "When Bulls Cry : The Case Against Bullfighting" is a must read.
There are some books against bullfights by Spanish and French writers but this is the first one in English.
One of our members is part-way through this book and can thoroughly recommend it.

The book is available at www.authorhouse.com/ at the cost of $14.95 + $5 shipping/handling for U.S.A.

For Europe you can buy it at www.authorhouse.co.uk/ , prices depend upon which country you are ordering it from.

For the Animals
Maria Lopes
Coordinator of the International Movement Against Bullfights



Wild Horses of Newbury
Dir: Mark Carroll

Factual Film Category
5min 0sec/DV/Colour
London (2004)

There was no inspiration for the film, apart from the moment itself. I was at Newbury, filming the protests and the evictions on a Hi8 Camcorder. Very early one february morning, I found myself in a field with over 500 security guards and police, they had surrounded a small copse and a couple of huge, old oak trees and were preparing to chop them down. They had successfully outwitted the protesters. In the chaos accompanying the operation, some hedges and fences had been destroyed and these two horses were roaming virtually free. As the chainsaws started, they didnt run away as you'd expect, but towards the felling.. I just grabbed the camcorder and started filming, nothing was staged, the whole episode only lasted a few minutes, but had quite a profound effect on everyone there. Even the police were dumbfounded, especially by the 'confrontation' between the 'wild' horse and the police horse.