Tuesday April 15th, 7pm, SFU Harbour Centre

Vancouver Premiere and filmaker Q&A presented by ANIMAL VOICES radio & LIBERATION BC.

Live And Let Live is a new feature documentary examining our relationship with animals. It is a beautiful, life-affirming, and inspiring film.

Food scandals, climate change, lifestyle diseases and ethical concerns move more and more people to reconsider eating animals and animal products. From butcher to vegan chef, from factory farmer to farm sanctuary owner – Live and Let Live tells the stories of six individuals who decided to stop consuming animal products for different reasons and shows the impact the decision has had on their lives.

Through these stories, Live and Let Live showcases one of the fastest growing lifestyles worldwide, with more and more people realizing what’s on their plates matters to animals, the environment and ultimately – themselves.

Featuring Peter Singer, Tom Regan, Gary Francione, T. Colin Campbell, Jonathan Balcombe, Will Potter, lauren Ornelas, Melanie Joy and many others.

**Note there is no footage of violence, with the exception of one rescue scene which show some animals in distress.


MARC PIERSCHEL, the filmmaker, is embarking on a West Coast tour with the film and will be joining us to answer your questions after the film. Marc is a sociologist (M.A.) from Muenster, Germany and the co-founder of RootsofCompassion.org. He is the author of a guidebook called ‘Vegan! Vegane Lebensweise für alle‘, and ‘Vegan lecker lecker‘, a cookbook with over 40,000 copies sold. He co-directed ‘EDGE – perspectives on drug free culture‘, a documentary about the US Straight Edge subculture.


($5-$15 suggested, no one turned away)
Proceeds to the filmmaker to help fund his travel costs to Vancouver.

SFU Harbour Centre, downtown Vancouver 
Fletcher Challenge Theatre (room #1900)
515 West Hastings (between Seymour & Richards)
(1 block from Waterfront Station, metered parking & pay lots nearby)

Space for two wheelchairs (no stairs). There is a gender-neutral, wheelchair-friendly washroom. All theatres at Harbour Centre have chairs with fixed armrests. We will have a few armless chairs available at the front (with some room for them near the back, if preferred).