10 February 2019
The documentary follows Sea Shepherd’s 2015 sea turtle defense campaign, Operation Jairo, which took place in Honduras, Florida and Costa Rica. Why Just One? focuses specifically on the sea turtle defenders’ successes and struggles of the ground campaign in Costa Rica.
6 February 2019
A life-changing documentary uncovering and revealing the effects of our typical Western diet on our health, the environment and animals. The film has a clear message: By changing our eating habits, we can change the world.
Live and Let Live is a feature documentary examining our relationship with animals, the history of veganism and the ethical, environmental and health reasons that move people to go vegan.
This documentary depicts the increasingly harsh treatment of people who protest against what they see as crimes to the environment. Today, protesters who were once described as environmental activists are being called ‘terrorists’, and environmental activism is being labeled ‘eco-terrorism’. Environmental activists being labeled as terrorists is an increasingly real threat since United States Federal Bureau of Investigation now includes a category for 'eco-terrorism' under its Domestic Terrorism Section. Many see the use of the term 'eco-terrorist' as a propaganda term devised by law-enforcement to criminalize or marginalize their protests. In spite of such adversity, many activists continue to make waves, and even train others in resistance measures. We have also captured compelling footage of young activists participating in the Wild Earth radical activists' conference, where they learned how to climb trees to set up ‘tree sits’, paint banners and learned about green anarchy and non-violent protest activities. Eco Warriors is a 53-minute documentary, filmed on broadcast-quality video.
30 December 2018
The film charts the rise of the vegan movement, showcasing key events that happened over the last 12 months, as well as interviews with leaders in the movement. The film shows a movement in its ascendancy, painting a portrait of how more people are starting to move away from the ethical, environmental, and health horrors of animal exploitation.
Vegan 2017 charts the movement's triumphs - as well as the adversity it has faced as it continues to grow. It is produced by PBN founder Klaus Mitchell. He is excited about the new film believing it will resonate with a larger audience than the previous installments, saying: "This one is longer, more professional, and I think more accessible for non-vegans."
21 October 2018
'Dominion' is the feature-length documentary sequel to 2014's Lucent. While Lucent focused mostly on the Australian pig farming industry, Dominion will have a much broader scope as a comprehensive account of the numerous ways animals are used and abused in Australia. By exploring six primary facets of our interaction with animals - Pets, Wildlife, Scientific Research, Entertainment, Clothing and Food - the film will question the morality and validity of our dominion over the animal kingdom.
9 September 2018
The story of the most famous vegan in Israel, following her transition from an anonymous pamphlet distributer to the vegan movement leadership. Tal's life changes overnight when she meets Tsvi, a neurotic, reclusive man who dreams of a vegan revolution. He is the visionary who uses Tal as his charismatic, operational extension. Violent events and arrests become their driving force. Each provocation brings her closer to the heart of the mainstream and public awareness. But everything has a price. The more her struggle progresses, the more she becomes extreme in her views, and alienates those closest to her.
24 February 2018
3 February 2018
"Do animals have Civil Rights?" An unusual and provoking question. The Pegasus family have travelled more than 12.000 kilometers throughout Europe to give voice to the animals of this world. The animals ask; animal activists, lawyers, vegan chefs, sanctuary founders and business professionals had to answer. Dr. Antoine F. Goetschel (Global Animal Law), Paul Watson (Sea Shepherd), Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Edmund Haferbeck (PETA), Christa Blanke (Animals' Angels), Garret John LoPorto (Civil Rights activist) and many more can be heard and seen in this film.