Films raise awareness, expose us to new ideas, help us understand a different point of view, and provide a learning experience.
As humans, when we learn that something we are doing causes suffering, we stop doing it.
We recommend these films to help spark conversation, and potentially inspire change.
I The story of a former dairy farmer, an animal rights activist and the first cow retirement home. Available on Amazon Prime
Regan Russell was a 65-year-old Canadian activist who had been advocating for justice for other animals for more than 40 years. She was killed soon after the passage of Ontario's "ag-gag" law. Available on YouTube:
This powerful film follows British journalist, George Monbiot, as he sets out deliberately to get arrested to draw attention to governmental inaction over climate change. The film explores his story, his motivations and why this unlikely hero is putting himself on the frontline of environmental activism.
The brutal, nightmarishly dark underbelly of the animal agriculture industry is exposed in this powerful documentary by Aussie Farms. View here: https://www.dominionmovement.com/watchhttps://www.dominionmovement.com/watchhttps://www.dominionmovement.com/watch
Winner of the Best PSA in the 2020 IVFF competition, this :30 PSA features professional dairy-free athletes delivering the message to millions that cow's milk does a body bad.
If you watch any film, this should be it. EARTHLINGS is a 2005 American documentary film about humankind's total dependence on animals for economic purposes. Presented in five chapters (pets, food, clothing, entertainment and scientific research) the film is narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, featuring music by Moby, and was written, produced and directed by Shaun Monson. http://www.nationearth.com/