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Seeing Through the Fence Screening Tour Hits NYC

Eleni Vlachos, member of one of my favorite vegan bands– Beloved Binge, is touring the country with her documentary Seeing Through the Fence. The film is described as exploring–through a series of interviews with random people, Vlachos’ family, and activists–the question of what prevents ethical principles from being advanced into action.

The tour stops in NYC on Thursday, April 17 with a 7pm screening at Bluestockings. Visit the movie website for a full tour schedule and more info on the film. You can also watch the film trailer on YouTube.

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    You can also see them here:

    Eleni Vlachos–who you might know from vegan band
    Beloved Binge (http://www.myspace.com/belovedbinge),
    has made an awesome new documentary called Seeing
    Through the Fence. We are co-hosting this screening
    and Farm Sanctuary activist meeting with BMCC’s
    animal rights group, CARE. The info is below.

    Activist Meeting and Screening of Seeing Through the
    Fence

    Join us on April 16 for an activist meeting and
    special screening of the new documentary, Seeing
    Through the Fence, by Eleni Vlachos. After the
    screening, there will be a Q&A with Eleni where she
    will discuss how she turned her activism into
    filmmaking, without ever having taken a class! We
    will also discuss Farm Sanctuary’s current campaigns
    and volunteer opportunities, as well as ideas for
    creative advocacy.

    Through a series of humorous and poignant interviews
    conducted across the U.S. and in Greece with random
    people, the documentation’s family, as well as
    activists, Seeing Through the Fence explores the
    role of food in modern society and our connection,
    or lack of connection, with both the processes and
    animals from which our food originates. Read more at
    http://www.porchlifeproductions.com.

    When: Wednesday, April 16; 7 p.m.
    Where: Borough of Manhattan Community College
    BMCC), 199 Chambers St., New York, NY; Room S706
    directions can be found here:
    http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/about_bmcc/directions.html

    Cost: Free
    What else? Open to the public. Please bring your ID
    to get into the building.
    RSVP: E-mail Jasmin Singer at
    jsinger@farmsanctuary.org.
    PLEASE CROSSPOST WIDLY.

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