For any documentarian who makes a film about an injustice there can’t be much greater end result than seeing change take place in the real world once the film is released. This summer’s doc The Cove, by Louie Psihoyos, peered into Taiji, a small Japanese village where thousands of dolphins are slaughtered each year. Ric O’Barry, the dolphin trainer and activist who brought the location to the attention of Psihoyos, returned to the site of the slaughter this week, just as the annual ‘hunt’ would normally begin. He found a situation that pleased him greatly. Read More »