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There is so much we aren’t being told or told badly. These remarkable documentaries expose lies, illuminate truths and offer serious food for thought.

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Documentaries delivering the facts

We are lied to, facts are hidden and twisted, The good things are suppressed and the bad things celebrated.

These documentaries, from award-winning directors, get to the real truths using whatever methods are needed. Hidden cameras, drones, undercover infiltrations. All to bring us the facts.

They’re Trying To Kill Us

They’re Trying To Kill Us is a groundbreaking feature-length documentary from the award-winning co-director of What The Health and Cowspiracy, that follows the exciting journey of intrepid filmmaker, John Lewis, as he uncovers the intersections of diet, disease, poverty,

The End of Medicine

We’re very pleased to be working on our first feature film alongside Producer Keegan Kuhn and Exec Producers Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix. When we started shooting this documentary about the nature of disease in October 2019, we never anticipated that we would be thrust into the midst of a global pandemic – the very thing our film seeks to understand.

The Land of Ahimsa

“The Land of Ahimsa” is a feature length documentary that follows Dolly Vyas-Ahuja on her journey to veganism. Dolly narrates and produces the film, alongside Bollywood actor Aryeman, who directs. “The Land of Ahimsa” will strive to inspire and encourage the people of India to adopt a vegan way of life by showing them how easy it is.

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Diet for a Livable Future (2020)

Dr. Michael Klaper calls this the most important video that he has ever made. Please watch it and share it with everyone you know.

Vegan (2018)

The annual video chronicle from the one and only Plant Based News!

Dominion (2018)

Dominion uses drones, hidden and handheld cameras to expose the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture, questioning the morality and validity of humankind’s dominion over the animal kingdom. While mainly focusing on animals used for food, it also explores other ways animals are exploited and abused by humans, including clothing, entertainment and research.

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.

Vegucated (2011)

Vegucated is a guerrilla-style documentary that follows three meat- and cheese-loving New Yorkers who agree to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks and learn what it’s all about. They have no idea that so much more than steak is at stake and that the planet’s fate may fall on their plates. Lured by tales of weight lost and health regained, they begin to uncover hidden sides of animal agriculture that make them wonder whether solutions offered in films like Food, Inc. go far enough.

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.

H.O.P.E – What You Eat Matters (2018)

H.O.P.E. is a life-changing documentary uncovering and revealing the effects of our typical Western diet high in animal-based foods. It contrasts the limited interests of the pharmaceutical and agricultural industry with the all-encompassing interests of living beings on this planet and with the power of responsible consumer action. H.O.P.E. is an urgent call to action to all of us to commit to a change towards sustainability and safeguarding our living environment.

It has a clear message: By changing our eating habits, we can change the world!

Super Size Me (2004)

Director Morgan Spurlock’s social experiment in fast-food gastronomy sees him attempting to subsist uniquely on food from the McDonald’s menu for an entire month. In the process his weight balloons, his energy level plummets and he experiences all sorts of unexpected — and terrifying — side effects. He also examines the corporate giant’s growing role in the lives of American consumers and explores its methods of indoctrinating young people and its contribution to America’s obesity epidemic.

Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 days (2010)

Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days is an independent documentary film that chronicles six Americans with ‘incurable’ diabetes switching their diet and getting off insulin. The film follows each participant’s remarkable journey and captures the medical, physical, and emotional transformations brought on by this diet and lifestyle change. We witness moments of struggle, support, and hope as what is revealed, with startling clarity, is that diet can reverse diabetes* and change lives.

Vegan Fitness – Built Naturally (2005)

“Vegan Fitness – Built Naturally”, featuring the Vegan Fitness Team, was released in December, 2005. Starring Robert Cheeke, Natural Bodybuilder, Brendan Brazier, Professional Ironman Triathlete and Tonya Kay, Professional Dancer, this feature-length movie shows how vegans live, eat, train and compete.

Meat The Truth (2007)

How to stop global warming? This extraordinary movie made by the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation from Holland shows 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.

The Marshall Plan Documentary (2016)

When Texas Mayor Ed Smith III was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he elected to forego conventional treatment in favor of a whole food, plant-based diet. The results were nothing short of miraculous: his cancer disappeared. He and his wife embarked on a mission to help their town and community adopt a healthier lifestyle based on plant foods. Their story is being told in THE MARSHALL PLAN. The documentary focuses on the transformation of one town into a healthier place when its residents adopted new eating strategies. The stories of Marshall’s residents are combined with interviews from expert doctors and researchers in the field of nutrition, and professional athletes.

Lucent (2014)

Through a combination of hand-held and hidden camera footage, Lucent explores the darker side of Australia’s pig farming industry, highlighting the day-to-day cruelty accepted by the industry as standard practice. Lucent is the result of a successful crowdfunding campaign initiated in late 2013. Narrated by Lindsay McDougall (The Doctor from Triple J), the film contains footage from over 50 farms and slaughterhouses across Australia – much of this footage has never been seen before.

EndGame 2050 (2020)

What will the future be like in the year 2050? A mere three decades away, most of us hope to still be around. So, what kind of future are we riding into? ENDGAME 2050 gives us a glimpse into that future, and it does not look good. Humanity has backed itself into an ecological endgame as we approach mid-century. Featuring musician Moby along with leading scientists, ENDGAME 2050 lays out the reality that, unless we act urgently now, we are hastening our own destruction.

Lentils: A Miracle of Nutrition (2019)

Lentils are undemanding plants from drier regions, yet at the same time they are extremely rich in protein and are real power packs, full of minerals and trace elements. Scientists from around the world are working on attempts to develop them for use as wonder weapons against famine. The lentil researchers make use of state-of-the-art biotechnology in order to make the undemanding pulses even more profitable and resistant.

A Delicate Balance: The Truth (2008)

A Delicate Balance was made in order to help reduce the unnecessary loss of human life, to reduce the suffering of animals across the planet and to help empower people to make environmental change. This Documentary will leave each person fully informed as to some of the causes of these illnesses and offer ways of improving human health. This documentary predominantly explores the effects of animal protein on the human body and the environment.

Earthlings (2005)

Earthlings is an eye-opening 2005 American documentary film about humanity’s use of other animals as pets, food, clothing, entertainment, and for scientific research.

Rethink science.

Compassionate science can transform life in the community

Science is not bad, there is only bad science. We can use science to transform our world to make things better not worse and bring about permanent change.