Change Your Thoughts Change The World (Influential Films)

Peaceable Kingdom 

Peaceable Kingdom takes an eye and heart opening journey to the front lines of an unseen national drama. Propelled by the eloquent testimony of farmers questioning the fundamental assumptions behind their way of life, a riveting portrait emerges of human and animal lives caught in an out of control industrial machine. Much more than and expose, the film is an inspiring story of personal redemption, compassion, healing, and hope. Running time: 70 minutes.

The Witness 

The Witness, Eddie Lama explains how he feared and avoided animals for most of his life, until the love of a kitten opened his heart, inspiring him to rescue abandoned animals, become a vegetarian, and ultimately, to bring his message of compassion to the streets of New York.With humor and sincerity, Eddie tells the story of his remarkable change in consciousness, sharing along the way some of the shocking realities of the meat and fur industries. Running time: 43 minutes.

Meet Your Meat 

Narrated by Alec Baldwin, that contains factory farming footage from birth to slaughter. This video exposes the truth about the meat industry. If you show a meat-eater only one video, make it this one! Running time: 13 minutes.

A Cow at my Table 

Jennifer Abbott Weaving together interviews with animal rights activists, agribusiness representatives, and animal welfare experts with archival and documentary footage, Jennifer Abbott has produced an extraordinarily compelling, powerful and visually stunning feature documentary. A Cow at My Table presents a story which is far more complex than one with only two sides: It is a profound and intelligent look at animals, meat, & culture. Running time: 90 minutes.

45 Days: The Life and Death of a Broiler Chicken 

Compassion Over KillingFilm on COK’s week-by-week investigation into the U.S. broiler chicken industry, from hatching and factory-farm life to slaughter and packaging. Running time: 12-minutes. Available in DVD

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