Minka Kelly & Heather Morris At The Screening For The Documentary ‘Huntwatch’

Minka Kelly and Heather MorrisPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News; Minka Kelly and Heather Morris

Here’s something we don’t see everyday! Minka Kelly was actually on the red carpet last night at the Discovery and The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) presentation of the documentary ‘Huntwatch’. The only other attendee that caught our eye was former ‘Glee’ actress Heather Morris. She’s looking great for a 29-year-old mother of two.

Here’s more about the documentary:

HUNTWATCH, narrated by actor Ryan Reynolds, recounts the compelling chronology of the fight to end the commercial seal hunt in Atlantic Canada. The film will air on September 22 on the Discovery Channel, immediately following a limited theatrical release, and will debut worldwide later this year.

Produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), HUNTWATCH highlights the tumultuous history that is the East Coast Canadian commercial seal hunt. Forty plus years of ongoing activism, that included filming the hunt with an unblinking eye, brought images of the bloody ice floes to people’s television sets and into their homes around the world. Garnering international headlines and sparking what some believe to be the start of the modern animal welfare movement, the hunt was almost brought to an end in the eighties. But trends in the fishing industry in many parts of the world, and the current demands for fur in the Far East have unfortunately reignited the battle.

HUNTWATCH premieres as part of DISCOVERY IMPACT, a series of trailblazing documentaries focusing on humankind’s impact on the environment and our wildlife and what individuals and communities can do to solve global problems. HUNTWATCH premieres Thursday, September 22 exclusively on Discovery Channel. Read more…

Watch the trailer the somewhat-chilling trailer for “Huntwatch” below:

Minka Kelly attends Discovery and The International Fund for Animal Welfare presentation of the documentary 'Huntwatch'Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News

Heather Morris attends Discovery and The International Fund for Animal Welfare presentation of the documentary 'Huntwatch'Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News