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International Vegan Film Festival - World tour

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The International Vegan Film Festival brings you vegan themed films that are bursting with creativity, compassion, education and inspiration

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VGN Media are delighted to bring you Scotland's first Vegan Film Festival, a collection of short and feature length films from around the world that will leave a lasting impression and ignite your passion for the vegan lifestyle.

With almost 4 hours of screen time comprising of 13 short and feature length films (don't worry there is some breaks planned)

Vegan or not, we look forward to welcoming you along to what promises to be an inspiring day at the CCA.

Films

Apollo: Rise of the Poly-vegan soldier: Apollo is a Vegan, and a trained killer - a sergeant in the army. (New Zealand) 6 mins 48 secs

Bucking Traditions: Explores one of Americas most iconic competitions - The rodeo. Do some traditions deserve to die? - maybe they do. (USA) 8 mins 49 secs

Casa de Carne: On a night out with friends, Eric tries a new restaurant that takes dining to a new level. This powerful thought-provoking short film about hard choices and hidden truths. (USA) 2 mins 21 secs

Coming Closer : Farmed animals individuality, lives, and deaths go unseen and unrecognized by much of society. The activists of Portland Animal Save, led by a collective call for compassion and justice. (USA) 5 mins 17 secs

Cow's Milk: Ever wondered what's actually in a glass of cows milk, or what is the truth about the dairy industry? (Germany) 1 min 11 secs

Diet Change not Climate Change: Can our diet really impact climate change? Find out why one of the most effective solutions is on our plates. (Germany) 1 min 30 secs

Gold Doesn't rust: Animal testing and it's 21st Century Alternatives: Animal testing has been the standard of scientific research and testing for centuries, in spite of a long history of ineffective results and unimaginable cruelty. Can the new models break through into the mainstream or will they be blocked. (USA) 23 mins 16 secs

Pig Man: Stu is a gentle soul who lives with dozens of pigs he calls his mates. He wants a simple life on his families old farm, but it's not easy - the farm is in the middle of pig hunting territory. (New Zealand) 7 mins 45 secs.

Reclaim: Walk with photographer Jo-Anne McArthur through an abandoned pig farm. Witness as the suffering fades from the bars and metal and life reclaims a small part of the industrial farming machine. (Canada) 1 min 44 secs

The Door: Animal welfare is crucial for many people, when it comes to choosing what kind of meat you prefer to eat. As long as the animal lived a good life, the meat can be consumed in good conscience. However, many philosophical questions arise, that need to be answered. (Denmark) 3 mins 55 secs

The Farm in my Backyard: In many countries around the world, markets for fur are closing down as demand wanes. But in a tiny Canadian province of Nova Scotia, the government is putting its own citizens well being second to this controversial industry, doubling down on its support for fur despite the impacts on animals, environment and local residents pleading for change. (Canada) 16 mins 27 secs

Planet Vegan: Episode one, The future of meat: Explores the global rise of the vegan movement. Episode one focuses on the many ways meat will be much different in the future and how some companies are already changing the game. (USA) 39 mins 13 secs

Code Blue: Redefining the practice of medicine: With a dose of lighthearted humor, combining science and common sense, code blue follows passionate physician, Dr Saray Stancic, as she reflects upon her journey from multiple sclerosis diagnosis to wellness through her adoption of lifestyle medicine. A films that empowers audiences to stand up and reclaim their health. (USA) 1 hr 42 mins

* Also a showing at 17.00

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