Friday 28 May 2021, 6pm

18+ Event

The audience arrived along the green carpet and were greeted by a
Brown Brothers drink and food by Francesco’s Osteria.

With The Cattle

Director: Cameron Dunlop
Country: Australia
Length: 3min 07sec

This poetic, observational documentary invites audiences to share a moment of peace with some beautiful creatures. Recorded and mixed with Ambisonic audio to place the viewer with the cattle.

Vegan Director


Writer: Ajuni
Producer: Ajuni
Director: Romel Dias 
Country: India
Length: 2min 45sec

The music video explores the concept of Utopia, or lack thereof, through the journey of the protagonist, who is made to look loosely like Ajuni, the singer-songwriter of the song.

Vegan Singer/Song Writer

Salad Daze

Writer: Amelia Foxton
Director: Amelia Foxton
Producer: Glenn Fraser
Country: Australia
Length: 3min 30sec

An adventure in diversity of sexual preferences. Via the dessert menu…

Vegan Director

Voiceless: Crime of Silence **World Premiere**

Director: Ryland Pearson-McManus
Producer: Ryland Pearson-McManus
Country: Australia
Length: 01hr 26min 51sec

A feature length documentary that for the first time delves into the fervently heated world of the rapidly rising animal rights movement, told through the intimate stories of 3 Australian activists, who’s journeys within the movement we follow over the course of 2 years, painting rich portraits of their lives.

Vegan Filmmaker

Screening followed by Q&A panel with:

Ryland Pearson-McManus

Kristy Alger

Ryland Pearson-McManus is an Australian Director & Stills Photographer who grew up in inner city London where he first began his career in film & television production. He has since carved his path in humanitarian documentary through travelling the world, working for the likes of the BBC, SBS, and National Geographic.

Kristy Alger is a committed collective liberationist from lutruwita/Tasmania, columnist for Aussie Farms, current President of Animal Liberation Tasmania, and mother of three feral children. She has begun a journey to the world outside veganism, learning the importance of diversification of tactics and grass roots activism to create stronger community networks.

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