Other Films and Videos
In addition to the Films They Don't Want You to See, the following films and videos have played important roles in the evolution of the Climate and Vegan movement. It is these films and videos as well as their propagation through social media that have resulted in an estimated 70% of the world population (source: Forbes magazine March 2018) actively reducing or eliminating their consumption of animal products and transitioning to a compassionate Vegan lifestyle for their Health, for the Earth, for the Animals and for Love.
Vegan Evan Explains Climate Change (2018)
In this short video, delightfully animated by Ray Kowalchuk of Brother Wolf's Save the Animals, Save the Earth campaign, seven-year old Vegan Evan explains climate change so that anyone can understand it and then goes on to show how we can solve it, all in less than seven minutes!
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.
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Meat the End (2017)
As of 2016, 74 billion animals were being killed every year for their meat, but at what cost? This documentary from the Internet media giant UNILAD exposes the impact the animal agriculture industry not only has on our planet in terms of climate change & global warming, but also the millions of species we share it with. It also sheds a light on what we can do to change this - veganism, reducing meat consumption, and being more organic in our diet.
Forks Over Knives (2011)
The feature-length documentary film, Forks Over Knives, examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting animal-based and processed foods.
You can see it here.
101 Reasons to Go Vegan (2013)
In this simple presentation, James Wildman, the Humane Educator for the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida (ARFF) presents a compelling case for everyone to go Vegan, right NOW!
Gary Yourofsky's "Best Speech Ever" (2010)
This is Gary Yourofsky's entire inspirational speech given at Georgia Tech in the summer of 2010. In this speech, Gary systematically blows away myths, presents interesting facts, and help the audience make ethical choices for a healthy heart and soul. His charismatic and straightforward style has turned millions of people Vegan over the years.
Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death (2012)
In his delightful annual presentation from 2012, Dr. Michael Greger, the founder of the science-based, non-profit web site, nutritionfacts.org, and the author of the best-selling book, "How Not to Die," presents the 15 leading causes of death and shows how a whole-foods plant-based diet mitigates and/or reverses all of these causes, with a lone exception. The lone exception : "Accidents".
How to Advocate for Veganism (2016)
In this brilliant speech, James Aspey, the Australian, vegan animal-rights activist, explains the importance of Veganism and how best to communicate it to people. In 2014, James Aspey famously took a vow of silence for 365 days to raise awareness for animals and to promote peace over violence.
Plant Pure Nation (2015)
Plant Pure Nation begins where Forks Over Knives left off. It features the indefatigable Dr. Colin Campbell as he recruits a local politician in Kentucky to introduce a pilot program in the state to document the health benefits of a plant-based diet. The program gets shut down by the Meatocracy, but Dr. Campbell doesn't give up. Watch it here.
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (2010)
An uplifting documentary featuring Australian, Joe Cross, showing how we have the power of our well-being in our own hands. He shows how even those who have been given a terminal diagnosis can reverse their disease and rejuvenate their lives. You can watch the full documentary here.
Live and Let Live (2013)
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.
From butcher to vegan chef, from factory farmer to farm sanctuary owner – Live and Let Live tells the stories of six individuals who decided to stop consuming animal products for different reasons and shows the impact the decision has had on their lives.
The Ghosts In Our Machine (2013)
The Ghosts in Our Machine is a 2013 Canadian documentary film by Liz Marshall. The film follows the photojournalist and animal rights activist Jo-Anne McArthur as she photographs animals on fur farms and at Farm Sanctuary, among other places, and seeks to publish her work.
Speciesism: The Movie (2013)
In this illuminating documentary, young filmmaker, Mark Devries explores the ethical aspects of Veganism, challenging widely accepted beliefs. This movie can completely change how you think about the world and you can watch it here.
Summit of the Consciences (2015)
A short 3-min presentation at the Summit of the Consciences in Paris, France, just prior to the UN Climate Change meeting in 2015.
Presentation at the EU Parliament (2015)
A short 10-minute presentation explaining the root cause of climate change and how we can go about solving it. The venue was the European Union Parliament in Brussels, Belgium and the occasion was a prelude to COP-21 in Paris, France.
Presentation at Sedona VegFest (2017)
A longer presentation explaining the factual basis for advocating Veganism as the basis for healing the Earth's climate.
Presentation at the Unitarian Church, Portland, OR (2017)
A feature-length documentary presentation on the spiritual and scientific basis for advocating Veganism as the bedrock solution to climate change, biodiversity loss and the other environmental ills plaguing humanity.
Norm - A Short Film (2017)
A thought-provoking short film by Miguel Endara, revealing the standard, jarring tropes that Vegans hear in a culture where violence towards animals is completely normalized.
Land of Hope and Glory (2017)
The UK "Earthlings" documentary showing the hidden truth behind UK animal farming, featuring approximately 100 facilities across the UK.
Narrated and produced by Earthling Ed.
Dairy is Scary (2015)
A short film by Erin Janus, explaining how the dairy industry works in just 5 minutes.
The Extremism of Veganism (2016)
A speech by Bite-sized Vegan, Emily Boran Barwick, that exposes the problem of vegan extremism and delves into a deception so great it affects us all. Learn the power of the lie we live. Unravel the mental manipulation of collective indoctrination and look at the ordinary with a fresh set of eyes. Nothing is ever as it appears.
Eating You Alive (2016)
Featuring leading medical experts and researchers, Eating You Alive takes a scientific look at the reasons we’re so sick, who’s responsible for feeding us the wrong information and how we can use whole-food, plant-based nutrition to take control of our health—one bite at a time. Watch in full here.
VEGAN: Everyday Stories (2016)
Vegan: Everyday Stories is a feature-length documentary that explores the lives of four remarkably different people who share a common thread - they're all vegan. The movie traces the personal journeys of an ultramarathon runner who has overcome addiction to compete in one hundred mile races, a cattle rancher's wife who creates the first cattle ranch turned farmed animal sanctuary in Texas, a food truck owner cooking up knee-buckling plant-based foods, and an 8-year-old girl who convinces her family of six to go vegan.
Meet Your Meat (2002)
A short film narrated by Alec Balwdin depicting the inescapable reality that faces animals in factory farms throughout the world.
Meat the Truth (2007)
An extraordinary feature-length documentary made by the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation from Holland showing us the whole and bitter truth about the influence of the meat industry on our climate and on the devastation of our environment, water and air.
A Delicate Balance: The Truth (2008)
A feature-length documentary film by Aaron Scheibner that explores the effects of animal food consumption on the human body and on the environment. Though many of the statistics used have now been updated and the situation is actually far worse than portrayed, this was one of the first movies connecting health and environmental impacts of Meat and Dairy (MAD) consumption.
Vegucated follows three New Yorkers who switch from a typical fast food Western diet full of animal products to a vegan lifestyle for six weeks and discover their humanity in the process. In this part sociological investigation and part adventure story, you discover how three ordinary people can find themselves on a crusade to create a cleaner and greener world, simply by learning the truth.
Gods in Shackles (2016)
A feature length documentary by Sangita Iyer that exposes the abhorrent torture and exploitation of endangered Asian elephants under the guise of culture and religion in the Hindu temples of India. You can watch the full movie here.
Brain Games - Conformity (2017)
Shows how we are all programmed for social conformity or peer pressure. This is not all bad as it helps propagate learned behavior that is good for the group. As more and more humans go Vegan, it will ratchet up the pressure on those who are still clinging to the past, eating animal flesh and secretions.
Dangerous Conformity (2011)
Social conformity and peer pressure can be dangerous when the group is clinging to past behavior that is no longer appropriate for the circumstances.
Angela Davis on Veganism (2016)
In this discussion with Grace Lee Boggs, Angela Davis talks about being vegan and what she believes being responsible towards other sentient beings entails in regards to our food choices.
Deborah Frieze on The Theory of Change (2015)
Deborah Frieze says it’s not possible to change big systems—we can only abandon them and start over or offer hospice to what’s dying. This talk explores the underlying beliefs in our culture that continue to prop up the global mindset and shares a radical theory of change that reveals how localism is the hope of the future—and you have a critical role to play.
5 Reasons You Shouldn't Go Vegan (2017)
1. We are designed to eat meat
3. My parents wont let me go vegan
4. I like the taste
5. Convenience, tradition and social acceptance