Plant-Based Film ‘The Game Changers’ Screened At NASA


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The film screened at NASA earlier this month (Photo: The Game Changers) - Media Credit:

Plant-based documentary The Game Changers has been screened at The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Kennedy Space Center in Florida.*

The film, which ‘documents the explosive rise of plant-based eating in professional sports’, is directed by Oscar-winner Louie Psihoyos and executive produced by Oscar-winner James Cameron. Mixed martial artists James Wilks stars and produces.

Plant-based is the future

Sharing images of the event on The Game Changers Instagram account, the team said: “Plant-based eating is the future, and not just on Earth.

“We were honored to screen for NASA, where we learned that only plant foods will be grown in space – including the Moon, Mars, and beyond – due to their inherent efficiency and superior nutrient profile.”

The Game Changers impact

The documentary has made – and continues to make – huge waves since its release last year.

It has inspired numerous people to try a plant-based diet, boosted Google searches for related terms, and increased business for vegan food businesses.

*This article was updated on April 13. It previously stated that the screening took place in Washington. It actually took place in Florida.

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