Shaun Monson, Director of Earthlings on Dominion, Vystopia and Changing Minds

The Australian documentary Dominion was launched in the US at the 2018 Animal Rights National Conference in LA. Over six hundred people attended and a further three hundred at the New York City screening.

Shaun Monson spoke at the LA event and in this short interview, highlights that “Seeing is Believing” and how we must find ways to work with the Burden of Knowing in order to be part of the solution.

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