Dominion To Premiere in Two Japanese Cities This Week

The screenings in Tokyo and Okayama will be Japan's first
Dominion Japanese Premiere
The screenings are set to take place July 29

Ground-breaking vegan documentary Dominion will be screened in Japan this week at theaters in both Okayama and Tokyo.


These will be the first screenings of the animal rights-focused expose - directed by Chris Delforce and co-produced by Earthlings director Shaun Monson - to occur in the country.

The hotly anticipated documentary also features the voices of animal advocate celebrities Sia, Joaquin Pheonix, Rooney Mara, Kat Von D and Sadie Sink.

Kat Von D and Genesis Butler
Superstar Kat Von D - pictured here with young activist Genesis Butler - is one of many celebrity contributors to the film (Photo: Instagram)


The Tokyo screening - priced at 1000¥ per ticket - will feature Japanese subtitles, and attendees will be given a free hand guide to animal activism, also in Japanese.

Those who wish to attend the 2pm event must register here.


The Okayama screening will feature both Dominion and popular animal film Chicken Run which - while also known for anti-exploitation themes - is more digestible for younger audiences.

The cost of the screening is 700¥ per ticket, and it will begin at 1pm.

Information on both the Tokyo and Okayama events can be found on the event Facebook pages.

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