Please join San Francisco Veg Society for a unique virtual cinema experience you can attend from the comfort of your home. Gunda gives audiences an unfiltered look at the lives of farmed animals, focussing specifically on a mother pig and her piglets. Gunda shows us that nonhuman animals are sentient individuals who experience a wide range of emotions - joy, curiosity, fear, heartbreak. The immersive cinematography of this film is breathtaking. Please invite your not-yet-vegan friends and family to join us for our screening of this important film. A percentage of all ticket sales will go to San Francisco Veg Society. "Documentary cinema is a great tool to show the realities of the world, to show things that we do not see by ourselves, that we do not want to see, or that we have collectively agreed that we do not see, and so we allow ourselves not to think about. With Gunda I want people to see these animals as sentient beings and to encourage them to think about the possibility of their consciousness and selfhood,” Victor Kossakovsky, Director. "Gunda is a mesmerizing perspective on sentience within animal species, normally - and perhaps purposely - hidden from our view... Victor Kossakovsky has crafted a visceral meditation on existence that transcends the normal barriers that separate species. It is a film of profound importance and artistry,” Joaquin Phoenix, Executive Producer.