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This is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following an intrepid filmmaker as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today – and investigates why the world's leading environmental organisations are too afraid to talk about it. As eye-opening as Blackfish (2013, dir. Gabriela Cowperthwaite) and as inspiring as An Inconvenient Truth (2006, dir. Davis Guggenheim), this shocking yet humorous documentary reveals the absolutely devastating environmental impact large-scale factory farming has on our planet.
Kip Andersen’s environmental awakening came as a result of seeing An Inconvenient Truth. After seeing the film, he began to recycle religiously, turn off lights constantly, shower infrequently, and ride a bike instead of driving. Andersen believed he was doing everything he could to help the planet by following the guidelines of national and international environmental organisations, but his life took a different direction when he found out animal agriculture is the leading cause of environmental destruction. He is the founder of Animals United Movement, a pending 501(c)3 focused on creating films and media promoting sustainability, compassion, and peace for all of Earth's inhabitants.
Selected: What the Health (2016)
Keegan Kuhn is a videographer, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and professional musician living in the east bay of San Francisco. He has worked with nonprofit organisations and been involved in social justice movements for virtually his entire life. As a filmmaker, he helps organisations reach an ever- greater community of supporters with the highest possible quality films and videos. His film career has taken him as far as the remote interior of Alaska to document modern homesteaders, to the high deserts of the American west filming the nation’s remaining wild horses, to rural agricultural communities and dirty urban streets.
Selected: Turlock: The documentary (2013), What the Health (2016)