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And Justice For Animals Podcast

Join animal welfare advocate and celebrity interviewer, Jennifer Peterson, as she speaks with leading experts in the animal welfare movement. Featuring an exciting guest lineup including Larissa Wohl (of the Hallmark Channel), David Casselman (Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary) and vegan lifestyle experts, the Cowhuggers!

SEASON 1 AVAILABLE NOW! 

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www.andjusticeforanimals.com

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Young Lincoln

 

Feature Screenplay. Family Drama.

Nicholl Fellowship, Two time Quarter-Finalist. 

Austin Film Festival, Semi-Finalist.

Log Line: Young Lincoln is a family drama about the adventurous and challenging early years of Abraham Lincoln.   A universal story about a motherless farm boy with an insatiable thirst for knowledge, who devises a clever plan to break free from his ill-tempered father in order to pursue a law degree and make his own way in the world. 

Contact: jenniferpetersondirector@gmail.com for a copy. Writers Guild Registered, 2021.

Elvis & Marilyn

Short Documentary.  Elvis and Marilyn are the faces of every pet store and internet puppy sold in America; two blind senior Pekingese dogs who were tossed out and left to die when they could no longer breed cute puppies for profit. Their story of extreme abuse and eventual rescue and triumph will bookend this feature length documentary on America's pet breeding industry. A multi-billion dollar industry responsible for the death of millions of animals every year and a government who continues to turn a blind eye.

 

Fiscal Sponsorship by the International Documentary Association. 

 

Bright and Shiny

Feature Screenplay. True Crime. 

 

Sundance Labs Finalist.

A renowned criminal justice expert known for getting offenders to ‘come clean’ is faced with the ultimate test when her own teenage granddaughter is accused of capital murder and coming clean in her case could mean the death penalty. Based on a true story. Locations: Fayetteville, Akansas and Sacramento, CA. 

 

​For more information please contact jenniferpetersondirector@gmail.com.