The most anticipated film of the year, Vegan 2020’s trailer is finally out on Youtube.
Over the past five years, Plant Based News has kept on releasing documentary films regarding going Vegan, comparing it to the past twelve months.
This year, PBN is launching a new movie, whose trailer has just got out. The movie is getting high media coverage and retweets on Twitter. The Vegan 2020documentary will show all the challenges faced and the victories achieved throughout the tenure of twelve months.
It will showcase the changes happened in the world and in people who were trying their best to go vegan.
Let us hear it from the director of Vegan film
Klaus Mitchell, the founder of PBN and the director of the upcoming film Vegan 2020, quoted that, this year’s film would be “most exciting.”
The film will cover all the concerned topics, related to COVID -19 pandemic, and pandemic risk and antibiotic resistance. Apart from this, the movie will discuss how veganism grew during COVID 19 pandemic.
It will also talk about the benefits of going Vegan and how people have transformed and developed themselves by going Vegan.
Every year, the film receives appreciation, as people who like the movie, share it with there friends and family.
According to the recent survey, the film has got more than 4.65 million views across the years on YouTube only, and a lot more than that on various other social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
He even stated that whatever he said last year was very genuine and that his decision was firm. But due to the spread of the coronavirus, and then the lockdown, he got an ample amount of time to sum up the scripts of the past nine months and cam up with this blockbuster.
Over some time, people have realised that going Vegan would not only save animals and the environment but also 620 pounds of harmful carbon dioxide emissions.
The Last Thought
Klaus Mitchell, even stated that the documentary is unique when compared with his other movies from the production house. The feedback received on the trailer for the annual documentary was a big success. Most of the YouTubers commented positively and showed their gestures by saying that they are eagerly waiting for the film to release.
Not only this, many Youtubers even acknowledged the past work of Klaus.
Every year, such kind of movies, get premiered on an enormous scale at multiple cities. Especially in cities like London, Los Angeles, and Beijing.
But this year, they would not host significant events and big parties. Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, they are going for crowdfunding.
Which means to cover the cost of the upcoming movie Vegan 2020 they are relying on the audience.
Also to attract investors, PBN is going to offer a range of benefits including PBN hoodies, executive producer credits, as well as personalised, thank you videos.