James Cameron's Vegan Film 'The Game Changers' Debut Described As 'Electric'

Viewers were excited by the screening
The film will feature a number of top athletes (Photo: The Game Changers)

Veteran director James Cameron’s vegan documentary The Game Changers screened at the legendary Sundance Film Festival on January 19 - and its debut was reportedly well-received.

According to the filmmakers: "Something very special happened at the world premiere of The Game Changers today, and all of us there felt it."

The film looks at plant-based diets and their impact on athletic performance as well as the planet.

The cast and crew at the film's Sundance debut (Photo: Instagram)

'Moving'

Writing about the film on social media, one viewer said: "Saw Game Changers today. Very moving and great affirmation why I went vegan. You changed my husband today!"

Another wrote: "There was an excitement, an electricity of change and growth like I’ve never felt before. Wow!"

One more simply added: "What a night! So Excited for others to see the film."

Cameron has been vegan for some years (Photo: Gage Skidmore)

Vegan

James Cameron teamed up with The Cove’s Louis Psihoyos to make the movie.

Cameron executive produced, while Psihoyos directed.

Psihoyos told Boulder Magazine: "The world’s strongest guy is a vegan. 

"The world’s fastest guy, Carl Lewis, was the first to break 10 seconds, and he did it when he was a vegan. 

"We’re trying to dispel the myth that you need protein from animals to become a 'real man'."

The general release date is not yet known.

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