24 February 2018

Radikálny environmentalizmus na Slovensku (2012)

Short overview of ideologies, work and activities of several animal liberation movements and individuals operating in Slovak Republic.

3 February 2018

Citizen Animal (2017)

"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.

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20 January 2018

Preľudnenie vs. trvalá udržateľnosť (2018)

What consequences overpopulation brings? What is ecological footprint, carrying capacity and population momentum? What are the results of green technology, futuristic architecture projects, recycling, veganism, social ecology? Is sustainable development even plausible? This video tries to provide you with some answers.

9 January 2018

Pig Save: Bearing Witness (2012)

Toronto Pig Save activists bear witness each week of the pigs in transport trucks and in the slaughterhouse at Quality Meat Packers in downtown Toronto. The regular Toronto vigils are part of a growing Pig Save movement including weekly vigils in Burlington organized by Hamilton/Burlington Pig Save and the rise of Melbourne Pig Save and their regular protests to highlight their ban sow stalls campaign. Photographer Jo-Anne McArthur of We Animals goes on a road trip to visit the recently rescued Julia and her piglets at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen in upstate New York.

5 January 2018

Hope for All: Unsere Nahrung - unsere Hoffnung (2016)

Half of the population in Western society suffers from being overweight. Cardio-vascular diseases, diabetes and cancer are epidemic. Our meat consumption has quintupled over the past 50 years. 65 billion land animals are being slaughtered every year for food consumption. One third of the global grain production is fed to animals for fattening while 1.8 billion people world wide suffer from hunger and starvation. Can there really be a solution to all these problems?

It was the search for an answer to this question that led Austrian author and filmmaker Nina Messinger on a journey through Europe, India and the US to investigate the consequences of our diet and to meet with leading experts in nutrition, medicine, and agriculture, among others, as well as with farmers and people who have recovered from severe illnesses by simply changing their diet. The film´s deeply distressing images and moving stories make a clear case for a plant-based diet that is not so just a short-lived life-style trend but rather for preserving our entire world. The movie serves up a stunningly simply, yet comprehensive solution – right in front of our plates. Changing our eating habits will rebalance not just our health but the planet itself.

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