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Animal Rights Film Festival

Wednesday, December 08, 2004
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Varsity Theatre
616 Second St.
Davis CA 95616

1st Annual Downtown Davis Animal Rights Film Festival
FREE award-winning documentaries
FREE vegan treats
FREE animal-rights speakers
Films show at the Varsity Theatre (616 2nd Street) at 7:15pm

Wednesday, December 8:


The Emotional Lives of Farmed Animals
This companion film to Jeffrey Moussaieff Mason’s latest book, The Pig Who Sang to the Moon, offers an in depth look at the emotional lives of the sentient beings who exist primarily to become someone’s dinner. Mason visited with animals living on farm sanctuaries like Animal Place in CA and Farm Sanctuary in NY and examines the changes that come over an animal who makes it from a factory farm to the safety of a sanctuary.
Peaceable Kingdom
"Peaceable Kingdom is a masterpiece. I hope it inspires growing numbers of people to support this desperately important cause." — Jane Goodall, PhD, DBE, UN Messenger of Peace
At a time when factory farming is in the headlines for putting the environment and public health at risk, Peaceable Kingdom takes its audience on an eye-opening journey to the heart of this unfolding national drama.
Propelled by the testimony of farmers who have themselves come to question the fundamental assumptions behind their community’s way of life, the film delivers a riveting portrait of human and animal lives caught up in an out of control industrial machine.
Much more than an exposé, Peaceable Kingdom is about personal redemption, commitment, healing and hope, offering a life-changing vision of a peaceful world that is well within our reach.
The AR Film Fest is brought to you by Viva! and S.T.A.R. (Students Together For Animal Rights – a registered UC Davis student group).

Call 530-759-VIVA or visit for more information.

Viva!USA is a dynamic organization campaigning on behalf of animals killed for food. Via investigations of factory farms and the production of campaign materials for students and activists, Viva! helps people save animals by changing to a veggie diet! Viva! is an international organization, registered in the USA as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

The mission of STAR is to educate the UC Davis student body and the local communities about animal welfare issues and promote compassion toward all living things.

PO Box 4398
Davis, CA 95617
530-759-8487 fax
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