Animal rights movie Dominion will be available to watch online later this week.
The feature-length film directed by Chris Delforce and co-produced by Earthlings Director Shaun Monson focuses on how animals are used and abused in Australia, and features footage from abattoirs and farms. A host of high profile vegan faces have leant their voices to the film as narrators, including Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Sia, Sadie Sink, and Kat Von D.
Now people will be able to access the movie from 12pm on Saturday 14 July (Melbourne time), for 99c rental or $4.95 download. It is available for pre-order now.
In addition, Dominion Director Chris Delforce told Plant Based News that the team is currently submitting the film for Netflix consideration, as well as working on making the film available to buy on DVD.
Netflix consideration can take two to three months. According to the Dominion team: "During this time, we'll likely be making the film available for online streaming/rental at a small cost, and beginning to sell DVDs."
If you would like to see the film on Netflix, please visit Netflix here, and request 'Dominion (Documentary)'.
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Dominion recently premiered in the UK with a central London screening hosted by Plant Based News and Surge Activism. Plant Based News Co-founder Robbie Lockie said: "It was a huge privilege to work with the Dominion team to help bring this film to viewers in the UK.
"While it is heartbreaking to witness the suffering documented, we strongly believe Dominion has the potential to open hearts and minds across the world. Helping to put it in front of an audience goes to the heart of who we are as activists."
A number of Dominion screenings are slated to take place across the world - in countries including Germany, Italy, Barbados, Argentina, Macedonia, Spain, Mexico, Australia - over upcoming months. The best place to find information about upcoming screenings, as well as where to buy tickets, is on the Dominion website.
The Dominion team has also launched a new trailer, as revealed in this exclusive Plant Based News video (see above).
Speaking about the movie, Director Chris Delforce told Plant Based News: "I think it has potential to make a huge impact. The problem is going to be getting people to sit down and watch it.
"If we get them to watch it, I think it's undeniable, it's unquestionable."