söndag 26 juni 2016

Dominion: A Documentary In The Footsteps Of Earthlings

Another documentary that will not be finished in a while is Dominion. The expected release is in mid 2018.

Dominion is the sequel to Lucent. Find a post in Swedish about Lucent here. But if you don't know Swedish let me tell you a little bit about it.

Lucent expose what is happening in the Australian pig industry. I haven't watched the full documentary but from what I heard it has some similarities with Earthlings. I guess brutal ones. And that I do not want to watch again. But I do believe it is important to expose the animal industries cruelty and animal exploitation.

The filmmakers behind Lucent and Dominion seems to be - like many others - fascinated by Earthlings since Dominion will also have some similarities with it. Not at least the layup, since Dominion will explore many types of animal exploitation.

"While Lucent focused mostly on the Australian pig farming industry, Dominion will have a much broader scope as a comprehensive account of the numerous ways animals are used and abused in Australia. By exploring six primary facets of our interaction with animals - Pets, Wildlife, Scientific Research, Entertainment, Clothing and Food - the film will question the morality and validity of our dominion over the animal kingdom."
Source: https://chuffed.org/project/dominion

For more information find Dominion's Facebook page here.

Support The Important Documentary Sharkwater: Extinction!

Rob Stewart's documentary Sharkwater was a major hit! Now the time has come for the sequel that also is about sharks, it's called Sharkwater: Extinction. 

At the present moment this documentary is in production, but you can support it on its Kickstarter page, that you will find on this link. The campaign to raise money has begun, you can support it for 24 days from today.

Find more information on sharkwater.com.

Sharkwater: Extinction Kickstarter Video

Ps. Rob Stewart has also made a documentary called Revolution, find a post about that movie here.

onsdag 22 juni 2016

Viva! Cares For The Hens

Birds are sensitive, social and intelligent animals. It's horrific how they are being treated in the food industry.

Hen - Rörelse för djurrätt

One of the British organization Viva!'s campaigns focus on the egg industry and the egg laying hens. Watch their video here!

Viva!'s Juliet Gellatley Faces Off the UK egg industry 

Viva!'s founder Juliet Gellatley speaks in this video showing us the everyday reality of egg laying hens. The way they are being treated is terrible, living their lives in small cages with no sunlight and no place to find safety from the other birds. It's just not right!
A few got saved and will get to live much happier lives thanks to caring people like Juliet Gellatley.

If you want to know more about Viva! and what they do check out viva.org.uk.

Swine - The Movie

All information I have seen about Swine - The Movie is found on www.watchswine.today.

On the website I mention above you'll find a 30 second teaser from Swine - The Movie, a teaser I'm including further down in this post.

Viva! is a British animal rights and veganism promoting organization located in Bristol. In the video clip you can see that Viva! is presenting Swine - The Movie. This makes me wonder if Swine really is a real full length movie I'm thinking it could be part of a campaign Viva! is organizing. But if that is the case that would be nice as well. We will find out on the 7th of July 2016 I think the movie will be available online that date.

On the website I found this information about the movie:

"Rumours of a recent mutation in the MRSA super bug infecting the UK pig population has prompted Guard-Media journalist Jack Tomlins to go undercover in a pig farm. His search for the truth leads him to make a shocking discovery. Everything hangs in the balance as Jack tries to tell the world what he has seen."
Source: www.watchswine.today

Swine - The Movie (30 Second Teaser)

måndag 20 juni 2016

Documentary "Born To Be Free" Exposes Cruel Whale Industry

The documentary Blackfish was about the treatment of orcas (killer whales) and was a big hit. Now another documentary want to expose similar industries abusing beluga whales (på svenska: vitval) and dolphins.

Born to be Free is the name of this new documentary made by Russian filmmakers Gayane Petrosyan (director & producer), Tatiana Beley and Julia Petrik. Born to be Free is about a cruel industry capturing and mentally breaking down cetaceans like beluga whales and dolphins.

I hope Born to be Free will make a difference so the capturing of animals from the sea will end and dolphin shows and all similar shows will end.
Find more info about Born to be Free on Facebook, Indiegogo and in these articles from The Hollywood Reporter and IndieWire

"Born to be Free" documentary trailer

BornToBeFree Trailer 3’05

tisdag 7 juni 2016


Some evenings ago a person wrote about this movie in a Facebook group for vegans and vegetarians in Sweden. After watching the movie teaser, that you can find further down, I found it very interesting and decided to share it on Rörelse för djurrätt!

The French documentary Terra was released on December 1st in 2015. It is directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Michael Pitiot. Vanessa Paradis is the narrator of the film. Find more information on the link.

From what I've seen and read about Terra, this is a beautiful, harsh and important movie!

You can find the full documentary on Netflix!

TERRA (Teaser HD VF 2015)

måndag 6 juni 2016

Movie News June 2016

It's been a while since I blogged on Rörelse för djurrätt in English but now I'm back with news about Unlocking the Cage, Vegan: Everyday Stories and The End of Meat!

Unlocking the Cage to the people!
So I'm back with news about three documentaries. Let's begin! In Unlocking the Cage we get to follow the Nonhuman Rights Project and its President Steven M. Wise as they go to court attempting to help and give person hood to some great apes.
This documentary has had its premiere in New York on the 25th of May. Find the trailer below and more information here.

Unlocking the Cage - Trailer

Vegan: Everyday Stories released in mid-June
A documentary you probably haven't heard that much about - except for maybe on this blog - is Vegan: Everyday Stories. In which we meet vegans who talk about and show us glimpses of their lives. Some of them are musicians others are athletes. You can soon watch it online (from mid-June). If you like it, why not host your own screening? Find more information here.

Vegan: Everyday Stories (Official Trailer)

The End of Meat in cinemas autumn 2016
From the maker of documentary Live And Let Live, upcoming The End of Meat will according to the official movie website be in cinemas later this year. 

"The estimated cinematic release of the film is autumn 2016, the digital & physical release is set for spring 2017"
Source: http://www.theendofmeat.com/en/faq.html

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