6:00 pm – Running for Good
7:45 pm – The End Of Meat
Animal Liberation Victoria and Raw Events Australia are once again collaborating to host the next wave of highly anticipated #plantpowered documentary premieres. Across one night, two international films and a panel of inspiring speakers will take over the iconic Astor Theatre.
First up is RUNNING FOR GOOD from the award-winning co-director of Cowspiracy and What The Health. Keegan Kuhn’s new film stunningly captures the hero’s journey of world-record marathon runner and animal sanctuary founder Fiona Oakes as she attempts a 250km race through the Sahara Desert. Executive Produced by actor/activist James Cromwell and Narrated by ultra-athlete Rich Roll.
Q&A Panel Discussion (panelists soon TBA)
Fresh from its sold out New York and London premieres, THE END OF MEAT by director Marc Pierschel provides a fascinating in-depth look at a range of innovations across the globe that are accelerating the demise of the animal industry. This groundbreaking film envisions a future where meat consumption and the exploitation of animals belongs to the past. Featuring interviews with Dr Michael Klaper and over 40 other experts from fields such as law, business, philosophy and food science.
🎙️ Q&A Panel Discussion panelists:
☆ Jan Saunders (former Victorian Police, ultra-marathon runner and founder of The Beet Retreat – Vegan B&B and Cooking School)
☆ Thomas King (Young Australian of the Year (VIC) 2015, Founder and CEO of Food Frontier, film-maker)
☆ Bec Rosel (Founder and Head Coach – Generation Run)
Dinner meals are available to pre-order online:
☆ Totes Vegan Pie (vegan)
By Grey Cells Green – two deep fried walnut and kidney bean patties, cheddar, pickles, mustard and tomato sauce, all baked together in a pie.
☆ Summer Buddha Bowl (vegan, gluten free)
A healthy array of fresh summer produce by Good Love – warm 5 grain mix, charred broccoli, beans, spring onion, roasted potato, avo and oil free dressing.
☆ 18″ Pepperoni Pizza (vegan)
18″ pepperoni pizza by Good Love – rich napoli base, roasted tomato, spiced sausage, mozzarella and spicy roast capsicum sauce.
☆ 18″ Mushroom Pizza (vegan)
18″ mushroom pizza by Good Love – mixed mushroom sauce, shiitake mushrooms, rocket, almond fetta and garlic mayo.
☆ Juice – Power Boost (vegan, gluten free)
‘Power Boost’ juice by Herbivore – orange, carrot, ginger, apple
☆ Smoothie – Protein Boost (vegan, gluten free)
‘Protein Boost’ smoothie by Herbivore – chia, peanut butter, cacao, banana, almond milk
A selection of snacks, desserts and non-alcoholic drinks will also be available for purchase on the night.
⭐ FEATURE 1 – Running For Good
5.00pm: Venue opens (guest arrival / catering)
6pm: Running For Good
7.15pm: Intermission / next film check-ins / food collection
⭐ FEATURE 2 – The End Of Meat
7.45pm: Panel discussion
8.15pm: The End of Meat
9.45pm: Event concludes
Note: If you cannot attend the whole event, that’s fine as check-in / check-out will be available throughout the evening.
❤️ All funds raised on the night will go directly towards assisting Animal Liberation Victoria continue their advocacy for animals.
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