Ghosts in our machine

The wonderful activist and outreach group Animal Equality are hosting a film event you do not want to miss.

Grab your friends, buy your tickets and help pack out the Hackney Picturehouse on July 15th for the UK premiere of The Ghosts in Our Machine.

I asked Laura Gough from Animal Equality to say a few words about why the group is hosting the screening.

Laura stated, “The Ghosts in Our Machine is an inspiring and powerful documentary that will invite viewers to consider animals as individuals. Sometimes it’s easy to forget about what really happens to the animals in our society, and we believe that this documentary will change perceptions and help people care more about this issue.”

So what is this highly-anticipated film about? Watch the trailer below before scrolling down for the ticket buying link.

As you can see, this film looks to be an extremely emotional piece of work. The film website includes this synopsis: The Ghosts in our Machine is a multi-award winning documentary by Liz Marshall that illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world. Through the heart and photographic lens of the acclaimed photographer Jo-Anne McArthur, we become intimately familiar with a cast of animals. The film follows Jo-Anne over the course of a year as she photographs several animal stories in parts of Canada, the U.S. and Europe. Each story is a window into global animal industries. Are animals property to be owned and used, or are they sentient beings deserving of rights?

  • Book your tickets for the UK premiere of The Ghosts in Our Machine (featuring a Q&A with the director) on July 15th in Hackney by clicking here now.
  • In addition to the film screening, Animal Equality is hosting a pre-film reception where you will have the opportunity to mingle with the director and members of Animal Equality. Buy tickets for the pre-film reception by clicking here now.


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