Vegan Documentary List

Welcome to the vegan documentary list page. Click on the film titles below to find out more about them.

1. Earthlings (2005)

A harrowing portrayal of humanity’s exploitation and treatment of animals for financial gain.

2. What The Health (2017)

Examining the significant health benefits of a plant-based diet and how government works with big business to cover them up.

3. Forks Over Knives (2011)

Two leading researchers discover how western eating habits are linked to numerous modern diseases and how many can be prevented and reversed by consuming a whole foods, plant-based diet.

4. Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2014)

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of environmental damage, but government and big business don’t want the public to know.

5. Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (2010)

An overweight Australian businessmen travels across America whilst taking on the challenge of drinking nothing but juiced vegetables and fruit for 60 days.

6. Food, Inc. (2008)

Food production has become a system of mass production with food quality, human health and the environment all paying the price.

7. Dominion (2018)

With a focus on the most common animals used by humans to generate profit, Dominion follows their often short lives from birth through to their sorry deaths.

8. Live and Let Live (2013)

A vegan documentary exploring the reasons behind why some people no longer consume animal based food products.

9. Vegucated (2011)

Three people try veganism for six weeks during which they discover eye opening facts about the benefits to themselves, the environment and animals.

10. Lucent (2014)

A film that focuses on how Australia breeds, farms and ultimately kills millions of pigs each year.

11. Land of Hope and Glory (2017)

In this short documentary, hidden cameras and undercover filming reveal some of the brutal ways animals bred for the food industry are treated in the United Kingdom.

12. Speciesism: The Movie (2013)

A highly thought provoking documentary which suggests our treatment of animals is fundamentally pure discrimination on a species level.

13. Meat The Truth (2007)

Meat the Truth examines the little known fact that the majority of greenhouses gases produced by humans are a product of animal agriculture.

14. Food Choices (2016)

Food Choices looks at why a plant-based is considered the best diet for human health and development and why what we eat can have multiple, far reaching consequences.

15. Super Size Me (2004)

One man eats nothing but food served from McDonalds for 30 days in a bid to discover how fast food affects health.

16. The Ghosts In Our Machine (2013)

A photographer travels the world capturing the often sad consequences of mankind’s interactions with animals.

17. Blackfish (2013)

Blackfish documents the life of killer whale Tilikum, who became notorious for killing his trainer, Dawn Brancheau, at SeaWorld in 2010.

18. The Cove (2009)

A group of activists set out to expose the annual slaughter of dolphins in a fishing village in Japan.

19. Unity (2015)

In order for humanity to truly find peace, love and a higher level of consciousness, we must come to recognise that we are one.

20. The Future of Food (2004)

Our food is on the brink of becoming genetically modified monocultures produced and distributed by a handful of companies.

21. Hungry For Change (2012)

Much of what we consume lacks the nutrients to be called genuine food and is in fact slowly killing us.

22. PlantPure Nation (2015)

Despite conclusive scientific evidence, a health enthusiast discovers there is a reluctance to enact bills that would promote a plant-based, whole-foods diet as they are deemed detrimental to corporate interest.

23. Blood Money Inc. (2018)

Exploring the various ways animals are made to suffer and die in order for people to profit and why this is routinely covered up.

24. Eating Animals (2017)

Industrial scale, corporate run facilities produce the vast majority of meat using animals so selectively bred, they are far removed from the creatures that once roamed now rare, family run farms.

25. Vegan: Everyday Stories (2016)

Insight into the lives of vegans who live more than your everyday life.

26. Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home (2009)

Sanctuary owners and former farmers discuss their experiences with animals and how for some, the relationships they built with those they kept caused them to change their practices.

27. Farmageddon (2011)

Small farms and cooperatives that trade in organic foodstuffs are being targeted by government organisations and law enforcement, often with no resulting charges.

28. The Game Changers (2018)

After suffering an injury, a UFC fighter discovers the wide-ranging health benefits of a plant-based diet and talks to elite athletes and sports people who have adopted one.

29. 73 Cows (2018)

A farmer struggles with having to send his herd of 73 cows to be slaughtered and decides to do something radical about it.

30. Carnage (2017)

The world of the future mocks the people of today for their treatment of animals and their carnistic tendencies.

31. H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters (2016)

Looking at the impact eating animal products has compared to plant-based food and how the dietary choices we make as individuals help shape our destiny as individuals and that of the planet.

32. Maximum Tolerated Dose (2012)

Researchers, laboratory assistants and an undercover investigator describe their experiences and those of the animals imprisoned, deprived and experimented upon in the name of science.

33. Racing Extinction (2015)

We are in a race to save the planet from a mass extinction event greater than that which wiped out the dinosaurs.

34. The Farm In My Backyard (2019)

Residents of an idyllic lakeside community in Canada describe the impact fur farming has had on their lives.

35. Deadly Dairy (2017)

Exposing the illegal practices of the dairy industry in India, the largest producer and consumer of dairy products in the world.

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