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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a film is worth a million. Nothing exposes the truth about cruelty towards animals or exploiting the earth quite like a really well-made documentary. And nothing inspires people more than stories of personal transformation and hope.

Over the past few years, we’ve screened documentaries and led discussions at venues ranging from Columbia Law School to the University of Southern Indiana to New York City’s High School for Telecommunication Arts & Technology.

Past screenings have included:

  The Story of Stuff
A look into the underside of our production and consumption patterns, using the exceptional 20-min film by Free Range Studios
  The Witness
An award-winning film about a construction contractor from a tough Brooklyn neighborhood who becomes an impassioned animal advocate.
  Peaceable Kingdom
A highly-acclaimed documentary that tells the story of former farmers and animal rescuers working together to turn the tide on industrial farming.
  Mad Cowboy
A film about former cattle rancher/feedlot operator Howard Lyman, whose journey led him to organic agriculture, vegetarianism, politics, Mad Cow disease, a landmark lawsuit with Oprah, a best-selling book, and founding a non-profit.
A powerful documentary about humankind’s economic dependence on animals raised for pets, food, clothing, entertainment, and research.