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Documentary ‘Eating Our Way to Extinction’ Seeks Ex-Butcher For Film

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The filmmakers behind upcoming documentary Eating Our Way to Extinction are looking for an ex-butcher to feature.

The film, which aims to ‘expose the true cost of eating animals’, focuses on issues around compassion, environment, health and economics. Leonardo DiCaprio described a viral clip of the movie as ‘the video future generations will be wishing everyone watched today’.

A crowdfunding campaign for the film reached its target of around £140,000 in January 2017, and according to producers Otto and Ludo Brockway, they have been working hard since, with principal photography starting in August last year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEnTlmEhjV8

The trailer for Eating Our Way to Extinction

‘Making meat edible’

According to the producers: “We’re looking for an ex-butcher to take part in an exciting vegan documentary, Eating Our Way to Extinction, which looks at the great need for a global shift towards a plant-based diet.

“They’ll be asked to talk about the lengths they used to go to as a butcher to make meat ‘edible’ and ready for human consumption.

“The film’s pre-production trailers have been viewed over 43 million times and the production will eventually be released to a global audience.”

A post by The Vegan Society added: “If this sounds like you or someone you know, please contact us at [email protected] or 0121 523 1738 (office hours are 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday).”

Eating Our Way to Extinction is slated for release in 2019.

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