10 Films Every Vegan Must Watch

10 Films Every Vegan Must Watch

1. Earthlings (2005)

Narrated by Joaquin Pheonix, the 2015 documentary describes the disturbing ways in which humans use animals for food, entertainment and clothing. Deeply distressing footage is presented depicting the horrors of animal abuse across industries.

2. Dominions (2018)

Using drones and hidden cameras the dark side of modern animal agriculture is exposed. Distressing scenes of animal abuse is presented.

3. Game Changers (2018)

James Wilks a former UFC fighter offers an insight into both the performance and health benefits of following a Vegan diet. Using elite athletes and interviews with medical professionals a strong argument is presented for following a plant-based diet.

4. Cowspiracy (2014)

A thought-provoking film that explores the impact that animal agriculture has on a range of environmental concerns. Such concerns include global warming, water use and deforestation.

5. Blackfish (2013)

Blackfish looks at the dark side of the sea-park industry. The emphasis is primarily placed on the story of Tilikum, an Orca held captive by SeaWorld.

6. Okja (2017)

Okja uses the friendship between a young girl and her super pig friend. Using the fictional plot a number of important points around animal consumption and the relationships between humans animals is touched upon.

7. What The Health (2017)

A documentary which critiques the health impact of meat and diary products. Through questioning the influence that large corporations have on policy, potentially uncomfortable truths are exposed about modern day consumption.

8. Forks Over Knives (2011)

The film documents the positive benefits that following a Vegan diet has on common health issues faced by Americans including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.

9. Food Inc (2008)

The 2008 documentary exposes the American food industry. Revealing the inhumane and unsustainable industrial production of meat and the inefficient use of land in the country.

10. Vegucated (2011)

Vuegucated focuses on three meat and cheese loving New Yorkers on their journey towards a Vegan diet and exposes the challenges the face along the way.