The trailer for Plant Based News'Upcoming documentary Vegan 2019 now available to view it online.
The film – the latest in a series of annual installments – is designed by the director (and PBN founder Klaus Mitchell.
Vegan 2019 it adds greatly to the growth of vegan movement in the past 12 months, in which events, people, and cultural events from the lives of famous people, sports, food, movies, and more.
The most epic yet;
"This movie is still our epic," said Mitchell. "It was an incredible year in 2019 for the vegan movement, and it was incredibly wonderful to follow everything and turns."
These include increased awareness of the environmental impact of meat production due to disasters such as the Amazon Rainforest fires, the growth of the plant-based meat industry – making its products at the heart of fast food menus – and the rise in plants t athletes.
Vegan 2019 has leading names in the world of entertainment, sport, and animal advocacy, whose stories come together to create a loving tapestry of this vibrant movement.
The film will appear first London, Los Angeles, and Beijing on 30 November. Tickets are now available for London and Los Angeles exhibitions, followed by special questions and questions sessions with special guests, including Emmy Jane Velez-Mitchell.
"We are delighted, for the first time, that the film will be shown in different places," said Mitchell. "The tickets are selling unexpected numbers from our announcement of the event, which was very exciting.
"It is wonderful that we can see the full experience of the film on the big screen through private displays. By displaying and receiving a ticket, you are supporting Plant Based News, so that it can make more documentaries and materials like this. "
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