Plant Based News is delighted to announce that it will be hosting the UK premiere of highly-anticipated documentary Dominion along with activism organization Surge. The Save Movement will be supporting the screening.
The feature-length film directed by Chris Delforce and co-produced by Earthlings Director Shaun Monson focuses on how animals are used and abused in Australia, and features footage from abattoirs and farms. Narrators include Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, and Sia.
Dominion has recently been shown across Australia, but will make its UK debut on June 16 at London’s Prince Charles Cinema. In addition, the screening will be followed by a director Q & A.
PBN Co-founder Robbie Lockie interviews Dominion Director Chris Delforce. Subscribe to PBN’s YouTube Channel here
‘Excited and privileged’
Plant Based News Co-founder Robbie Lockie said: “We are extremely excited and privileged to be working with the Dominion team to help bring this film to viewers in the UK.
“While it is heartbreaking to witness the suffering documented, we strongly believe Dominion has the potential to open hearts and minds across the world. Helping to put it in front of an audience goes to the heart of who we are as activists.
“We are also proud and happy to be working alongside Surge Activism and The Save Movement in hosting this premiere – remarkable organizations who are working on the frontline to save animals’ lives.”
PLEASE NOTE: There will be further UK screenings following the premiere, in cities including Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Liverpool. PBN will share information on these events when they are confirmed.
Chris Delforce and Shaun Monson talk to PBN about the film. Subscribe to PBN’s YouTube Channel here
Doors open at 2.15pm on June 16 at The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BY. The screening starts at 2.30 SHARP.
We would love put on this event for free, but your ticket price pays for the venue and promotion. Any remaining money will go to Dominion.
Plant Based News, Surge, and The Save Movement are not taking any money for this event, and are hosting it as a voluntary arrangement.
We have 25 free tickets – if you are unemployed and would like one of these, please email email@example.com.
Tickets cost £12.50 (including fees).
NO UNDER 18s
Due to the certificate the British Film Council has given this film we cannot accept people under the age of 18.