Vegan Documentary ‘The End of Meat’ To Launch Globally Next Week


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The film will launch globally on March 12 - Media Credit:

A vegan documentary described as ‘groundbreaking’ will be available to view globally from March 12.

Created by Marc Pierschel, The End Of Meat poses the question: “What would happen if meat disappeared?” Offering an optimistic vision – through interviews with activists and attorneys, scholars and scientists, entrepreneurs and industry disruptors, from Berlin to India, New York City to Silicon Valley – the film declares: “The future of meat is history.”

The documentary is currently available in some territories to own and stream on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital download, as well as other VOD platforms. From next week, viewers in the UK, Italy, France, Spain, China, Russia, Portugal, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, India, and the Netherlands among other countries, can watch it via Vimeo and, in select locations, iTunes.

The film looks at the global benefits of a meat-free world

The benefits of ditching meat

“Instead of focusing on the negative consequences of consuming meat, I wanted to show the hugely beneficial possibilities of a post-meat world and what that might look like for humans, animals and the planet,” said Marc Pierschel, in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

This vision attracted a lot of support while the film premiered. Its West Coast debut in Beverley Hills last year drew a host of celebrity attendees, including Moby, Tony Kanal, John Salley, Toby Morse, Pilar Holland, Ben Whitehair and more.

You can find out more about watching the film here

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