Eating Our Way to Extinction

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
7:00 PM, Tuesday, March 26, 2024 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

Meaningful Movies Bellevue invites you to an online screening of Eating Our Way to Extinction on Tuesday, March 26th. This documentary is narrated by Kate Winslet and featuring Tony Robbins and Sir Richard Branson. This hard-hitting and stunning new film recently won the Environmental Media Award for Best Documentary. The film takes audiences on a cinematic journey around the world and tells the story of the planet through shocking testimonials from the people most affected by our ever-changing world. Eating Our Way to Extinction sends a simple but impactful message by uncovering hard truths and addressing the most pressing issue of our generation — ecological collapse.

Starring globally renowned figures and the world’s leading scientists that are changing the way people look at their food or the food industry. This film really illustrates the power that the lobbyists have over our agricultural policies and the information we are given about the foods we eat.

Will avoiding animal products such as meat, fish, dairy, and eggs have a profound impact towards a sustainable future for our planet? Come and learn more about these issues. The film is 81minutes long and will be followed by an insightful discussion, so bring your reactions and ideas.

Tuesday, March 26th, 7PM. Zoom opens at 6:50pm,

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Cost: Free

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Please join us for this informative film the world should see!

Dave Isaak and the Meaningful Movies Bellevue team.


Sponsors: Eastgate Unitarian Church

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Release Year: 2021

Running Time: 1 Hr 21 min

Director: Ludo Brockway, Otto Brockway

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  1. Teddy T
    #1 Teddy T 26 March, 2024, 19:10

    the zoom link did not work, so I could not view the film. Eating our way to extinction. soooo disappointing!

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    • Melinda Raebyne
      Melinda Raebyne 26 March, 2024, 23:14

      Hi Teddy,

      Thank you for reaching out to Meaningful Movies Project and for your feedback. We try our hardest to minimize human errors, so we always appreciate when viewers understand that mistakes may occur from time to time. We hope you will join us again for a different screening. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer. Please let us know. Thank you. 

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