The Eyes of Thailand

Try Our New Player
  • About
  • Export
  • Add to
In 1993, Thailand boasted 40,000 Thai Asian Elephants. By November 2007, a mere 14 years later, there were less than 2,600 left in captivity. In response to this staggering decline, a North American theatre company, known as “The Chiang Mai Project”, traveled to northern Thailand to raise international awareness about the rapid extinction of one of Thailand’s national icons. Once there, they learned that not only are the Thai Asian Elephants endangered, but the remaining elephants are overworked, abused, or disfigured from injuries resulting from Thailand’s rapid industrialization. Produced, Written and Directed by Windy Borman, with music by singer/songwriter Amie Penwell, D.V.A. Productions presents a documentary that asks you to question your ideas, believe art can change lives, and look at the world through “The Eyes of Thailand.”


HI Windy,

Thank you so much for doing this. I know Khun Soraida Salwala very well and try to help when ever I can.

Kind regards,
Rand Gaudet
Chiang Mai Thailand
By Randy Gaudet 5 years ago
Please check out the official website
By WindyBorman 5 years ago
"The Eyes of Thailand" is now posted on IndieGoGo. Please join the community! Thanks!
By WindyBorman 6 years ago
Thank you for watching the trailer. If you'd like to stay up to date on the film's progress, please join "The Eyes of Thailand" Facebook Group. Thanks!


Windy Borman
Producer, Writer, Director for "The Eyes of Thailand"
By WindyBorman 6 years ago