Film and television is a valuable source of income for the elephants. It means they get alot of stimulation and the training skills of the mahouts are used to their fullest. It also means fantastic promotion for the elephants. It is important to bring these elephants into today's world and give them the opportunities that can improve their lives.
Oliver Stone's production of Alexander was an incredible time for 20 of the Kraal's elephants.
Jackie Chan's Around the World in 80 Days. Jackie loved our elephants and practically cleaned out the market stalls on set feeding them.
The popular Thai TV show Krasitiya.
Other TV and documentaries include
Big Brother Thailand May 2006
Big Brother Croatia September 2008
The Amazing Race 2006
The Tattoo Hunter, Discovery Channel, 2007
The Last Mahout, David Adams Films, Australia, 2008
Digging for the Truth on the History Channel, 2008
Sentinel Animals, Mona Lisa Productions, France, 2008
Born to be Wild GMA Network, Phillipines, 2009
80,000 questions around the world, Freeeye TV, Germany, 2009
Human Weapon Muay Thai, History Channel, 2009
(No animals were harmed in the course of producing these films).